Access to high-quality health care is an important part of a healthy local economy. Hospitals support communities by providing direct medical care, jobs, health education, disaster response and more. Health care is also a factor in the cost of doing business, and WSHA is committed to reducing the per capita cost of health care in our state (read WSHA’s strategic plan here). We seek to address these problems by working with partners such as the Association of Washington Business.
Chris Bandoli, WSHA’s Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, serves on AWB’s Health Policy Committee.
AWB Vision Statement (from www.awb.org): AWB is Washington state’s premiere advocate for the business community and is recognized as the state’s chamber of commerce, manufacturing and technology association.