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The WASHINGTON STATE HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION is an equal opportunity employer.
Current Job Openings:
Director of Quality and Performance Improvement
The Director, Quality and Performance Improvement is a full-time position, with the primary responsibility of providing guidance and leadership for our member hospitals through our Patient Safety Program. This position will be responsible for leading complex projects with 150 hospitals, office practices, and other community partners utilizing best practices through Safe Tables (forums to share best practices) as well as playing a vital role in guiding and developing implementation ready documents, toolkits to assist with implementation of new procedures or policies, tracking systems and data.
Assistant Director, Maternal-Infant Health Initiatives
The Assistant Director, Maternal-Infant Health Initiatives, partners with the Director, Maternal-Infant Health Initiatives, to support the development and implementation of the Safe Deliveries Roadmap program in Washington, Montana, and Alaska. The Safe Deliveries Roadmap is a unique and innovative program aimed at improving maternal and infant health outcomes by engaging clinicians to implement evidence-based care for pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, delivery, and one month postpartum.
Community Outreach Coordinator — Honoring Choices Pacific Northwest
The Honoring Choices PNW Community Outreach Coordinator position is a full-time position responsible for developing, planning, and implementing community outreach centered on knowing and honoring wishes at the end of life. Community efforts will include outreach, education, engagement, documentation (e.g. health care directive, durable power of attorney for health care), and other activities to build sustainable advance care planning in the region. This position will also serve as Faculty for the Respecting Choices® First Steps® advance care planning program with a focus on working with community-based organizations.