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A crash course in being a daddy

Any parent is likely to tell you that preparing to become a mother or father can be terrifying. There are many resources to help parents gain the skills they need to care for their new child. But a program known as “Boot Camp for New Dads” at Virginia Mason Memorial Hospital in Yakima offers a unique perspective, helping men get the skills they need to become fathers, as taught by fathers.... Read More >>

Membership update: 2/23/2017

Membership update from the February 23, 2017 Weekly Report.... Read More >>

Recent member news: 2/23/2017

Recent member news from the February 23, 2017 Weekly Report.... Read More >>

Error to Medicare file causing denials of some PT and OT services

Washington Hospital Services Industry Partner Para Healthcare has provided WSHA members with an information sheet detailing the error, as well as suggestions for a workaround and likely corrections to come.... Read More >>

Getting ready to hit the road again

St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute in Spokane recently added a virtual reality driving simulator to help patients get back on the road following injuries, and back to their independent daily activities. The simulator is the only one in the region and gives patients realistic scenarios to regain confidence without the stressful hazards of on-road driving.... Read More >>

Membership update: 2/16/2017

Membership update from the February 16, 2017 Weekly Report.... Read More >>

Recent member news: 2/16/2017

Recent member news from the February 16, 2017 Weekly Report.... Read More >>

Reduce costs without compromising patient care by refurbished equipment

How can providers see more patients and maintain excellent patient care while juggling reductions in reimbursement and bundled payment scenarios? This is a question on the forefront of everyone’s minds and has probably caused more than a few sleepless nights.... Read More >>

Welcoming the virtual doctor experience

Trios Health in Kennewick has become one of the latest adopters of the service, launching Trios Urgent eCare January 26, which has already showed the rural benefits of telemedicine. The all-hours visits only cost $39 and save patients the difficulty of traveling, especially overnight in treacherous winter weather. It also allows the ER to focus on more serious illnesses and injuries.... Read More >>

Membership update: 2/9/2017

Membership update from the February 9, 2017 Weekly Report.... Read More >>

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