State and federal regulations have a big impact on hospitals and their patients. WSHA tracks rule making activity throughout the state and works closely with regulatory agencies and other groups to advocate for a reasonable regulatory environment. All statewide rule making activity is published in the Washington State Register.
(Next update: August 10th)
Currently, WSHA is actively involved in the several important regulatory issues:
- Support updating pharmacy regulations to allow hospitals and clinics to provide high-quality pharmacy services in innovative and cost efficient ways – Department of Health. (Ian Corbridge)
- Participate in revisions to the all-payer claims database (APCD) rules related to audits, substance abuse claims, fees, penalties, and definitions – Office of Financial Management. (Zosia Stanley)
- Urge a reasonable approach to care collaboration regarding licensure of care managers – Health Care Authority. (Chelene Whiteaker)
For agency-specific rule making activity, click a tile below: