Support rural health care in honor of National Rural Health Day

Today is National Rural Health Day, and the need for awareness and support for our rural communities is at an all-time high.... Read More >>

Honoring Choices PNW advance care planning play

Earlier this year, Honoring Choices Pacific Northwest commissioned a play about advance care planning at the Honoring Choices annual conference.... Read More >>

Register now: Ricky’s Law webcast on Dec. 7, 2020

Please join WSHA for a 90-minute webcast and Q&A on Ricky’s Law on Monday, Dec. 7, 2020, from 12-1:30 p.m. Ricky’s Law applies Washington’s Involuntary Treatment Act to people experiencing a substance use-related crisis.... Read More >>

Behavioral Health Agency rules workshops wrap up, MHP application revised, financial impact survey due Nov. 25

Last month the Department of Health (DOH) wrapped up its rules rewrite workshop series for Chapter 246-341 WAC, governing Behavioral Health Agencies (BHAs). ... Read More >>

Upcoming forum on compassionate and trauma-informed care for patients impacted by opioid use disorders

Swedish Medical Center is bringing together providers, agencies and programs to discuss how to improve care for patients with opioid use disorders. ... Read More >>

Worldwide pressure injury prevention day is Nov. 19, 2020

Join WSHA in recognizing worldwide pressure injury prevention day, Nov. 19. Pressure injuries claim the lives of over 60,000 people each year and cost the United States healthcare system over $11 billion annually.... Read More >>

Recent member news: 11/19/2020

Recent member news from the Nov. 19, 2020 edition of the Weekly Report newsletter. ... Read More >>

Positive State Revenue Forecast, But Much Uncertainty Remains

This morning the Economic & Revenue Forecast Council (ERFC) forecast that revenue collections for the 2019–21 state budget increased by $634 million and by $328 million for the 2021-2023 biennium from the estimated numbers in the September revenue forecast.... Read More >>

WSHA, AHA Seek Federal Relief from DSH and Sequestration Cuts

Congress has reconvened for its post-election session and is expected to consider several key health care issues.... Read More >>

WSHA Provides CMS Price Transparency Rule Resources

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Final Transparency Rule requires hospitals to post standard charge information, including negotiated rates in a machine-readable format and provide information for 300 “shoppable services” in a consumer-friendly, searchable format. The rule is effective Jan. 1, 2021.... Read More >>

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