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Prosser Memorial Health takes on operational responsibility of Kadlec OB/GYN

Prosser Memorial Health (PMH) commits itself to providing a broad range of high-quality care to its patients. ... Read More >>

Network over golf at the 2019 Rural Hospital Leadership Conference

Tee off the Washington State Hospital Association 2019 Rural Hospital Leadership Conference with a great day of golf at the beautiful Bear Mountain Ranch course at 8:30 on Sunday morning, June 23.... Read More >>

Next in WSHA Governance Education: Board Ethics and Conflicts of Interest 101 – Register now!

Board Ethics and Conflicts of Interest 101 will be offered in webinar format on Monday, April 15 from Noon – 1:00 pm. ... Read More >>

WHS Industry Partner LifeNet Health celebrates National Donate Life Month

April is National Donate Life Month. This is a time to educate and share the importance of tissue, organ and eye donation, and celebrate those who have helped save lives with these selfless gifts.... Read More >>

Upcoming webinar on changes to the medical regulations by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission has adopted some big changes to their medical regulations. The changes apply to medical, gamma knife and nuclear pharmacy licensees. ... Read More >>

From Inside Olympia: Hospital uninterrupted breaks bill advances, second cutoff has passed

The legislature passed another hurdle on Wednesday, April 3 with the policy cutoff for bills in the opposite chamber. ... Read More >>

Recent member news: 4/11/2019

Recent member news from the April 11, 2019, Weekly Report. ... Read More >>

Washington State Hospital Association coordinates filing amicus brief in support of the ACA

 On April 1, 2019, the Washington State Hospital Association (WSHA) joined 25 other state hospital associations in filing an amicus brief in support of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). ... Read More >>

Inside Olympia: Hospital uninterrupted breaks bill advances, second cutoff has passed

Wednesday, April 3 was the policy cutoff for bills in the opposite chamber. Many of the bills WSHA supported continue to move through the process, but a small handful of very troubling bills continues to advance as well.... Read More >>

Washington State Department of Commerce announces $7.1m in grants for behavioral health care

Prior to the beginning of legislative session, WSHA identified several budget priorities to advocate for funding, especially regarding behavioral health care. ... Read More >>

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