WSHA Bulletin Details Changes to Charity Care Law: Are You Ready for the Changes?

WSHA recently sent a bulletin to members detailing changes to the state charity care law, RCW 70.170. The new law, Senate Bill (SB) 6273, takes effect October 1, 2018 ...... Read More >>

WSHA Comments on Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Rule

WSHA recently urged Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ to withdraw its proposed changes in the Physician Fee Schedule rule. ... Read More >>

Medicare Administrative Contractors Begin Audits of S-10 Forms

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is requiring the Medicare Administrative Contractor (MAC) for each region to audit the S-10 forms that are submitted by hospitals as part of their Medicare cost report. ... Read More >>

Noridian Receives Contract Renewal as Region F Medicare Administrative Contractor

Noridian has notified WSHA that Noridian has retained the contract for Jurisdiction F, which includes the state of Washington, for a period up to seven years. ... Read More >>

North Carolina Hospital Foundation establishes disaster relief fund for health care workers in wake of hurricane

The North Carolina Hospital Foundation — a 501(c)(3) nonprofit — has established a disaster relief fund to support North Carolina health care workers who suffered significant property loss to their homes during Hurricane Florence and the subsequent flooding.... Read More >>

2018 WHPAC campaign update

Our 2018 WHPAC campaign is well underway and we have raised more than $136,000 to date toward our $300,000 goal. Thank you to the leadership teams at the following hospitals/health systems for meeting their PAC goal for 2018.... Read More >>

Membership updates: 9/20/2018

Membership updates from the September 20, 2018 Weekly Report.... Read More >>

Senate approves opioid bills

The Senate this week overwhelmingly approved bipartisan legislation aimed at combating the opioid epidemic. With more than 70 provisions, the measure would boost research to develop nonaddictive painkillers, encourage pain management techniques that don’t rely on opioids and allow states to better track opioid prescriptions. It also authorizes additional funds for treatment and prevention.... Read More >>

It’s time to meet with your legislators!

WSHA is gearing up for the 2019 state legislative session. We are asking all hospital CEOs to meet with their state elected officials between now and November. Much has changed in Olympia, so we need to ensure hospitals are telling their story.... Read More >>

Community Health Leadership Award nominee spotlights : Summit Pacific Medical Center, UW Medicine

Through October 4, Weekly Report will profile the nominees for this year’s Community Health Leadership Award, which will be given out at the Annual Meeting October 11 in Seattle. ... Read More >>

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