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HB 1531: Medical debt

WSHA opposes HB 1531, which places restrictions on interest for medical debt. ... Read More >>

AHA Files Brief Regarding Remedy for 340B Underpayments

The American Hospital Association (AHA) and a group of hospitals filed a brief to US District Court specifying relief for 340B program hospitals that received a thirty percent cut to Medicare payment for drugs provided under the 340B program. ... Read More >>

WSHA monitors EHR payment disputes

WSHA has been in contact with Health Care Authority (HCA) staff regarding the status of payments following the audit of Medicaid electronic health record (EHR) incentive payments. ... Read More >>

WSHA’s Consent Manual now for sale

WSHA’s Consent Manual is a comprehensive resource for Washington State hospitals, health systems and other health organizations on legal requirements related to patient consent, and an electronic download is now for sale online through WSHA’s bookstore. ... Read More >>

Blood supplies low after winter storm

WSHA member Bloodworks Northwest is experiencing a blood shortage due to the winter storm that struck this week and prevented many donors from being able to get to blood centers or drives. ... Read More >>

UW Medicine receives 2019 Acclaim Award

The American Medical Group Association has awarded WSHA member UW Medicine with its 2019 Acclaim Award.... Read More >>

Welcome new Washington Hospital Services Industry Partner – NetworxHealth!

NetworxHealth is a health care consulting group that brings experience and expertise to rural health care organizations. ... Read More >>

Recent member news: 2/8/2019

Recent member news from the Feb. 8, 2019, Weekly Report. ... Read More >>

Inside Olympia: Budget picture continues to be gloomy

While revenue collections in the state continue to be strong, it appears that policy decisions made to fund future costs in the McCleary bill in the 2017-2019 biennium have led to the inability to spend money on any additional policy items without new revenue or cuts in other programs.... Read More >>

Measles outbreak in Clark County illustrates importance of vaccination

Washington’s Clark County is currently experiencing a measles outbreak that has led Gov. Jay Inslee to declare a state of emergency. I am heartbroken that members of our Pacific Northwest community are being painfully impacted by this preventable disease. ... Read More >>

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