WSHA presents Jefferson Healthcare CEO Mike Glenn with Joe Hopkins Memorial Award

Mike Glenn joined Jefferson Healthcare as CEO in October 2010. With Jefferson Healthcare, Glenn guided a campus master plan and major capital improvement campaigns, created an environment that fosters community engagement and is responsive to community voices, and integrated behavioral health, substance abuse treatment and dental care into the primary care setting to provide whole-person care.... Read More >>

WSHA Annual Member Meeting to address innovative leadership for health care

The Washington State Hospital Association (WSHA) will hold its Annual Member Meeting Thursday, Oct. 11 at the Seattle Marriott Waterfront, showcasing educational programming from local leaders that will address innovative tactics for improving health care.... Read More >>

WSHA goes to D.C. for Rural Advocacy Days

Last week WSHA led a contingent of members to Washington, D.C., to advocate for health care in rural America. We were pleased to be joined by 28 individuals representing 12 hospitals, making it one of our largest groups ever.... Read More >>

WSHA, OAHHS partner to establish Northwest Safety and Quality Partnership

We are very excited to announce that WSHA and the Oregon Association of Hospitals and Health Systems (OAHHS) have established the Northwest Safety and Quality Partnership! The new partnership combines health care quality and safety initiatives from both associations to serve all 169 hospitals and health systems in Washington State and Oregon, making health care safer for patients and caregivers in both states.... Read More >>

Annual Meeting speaker spotlight: Derek Streat

Derek Streat is the VP of Quality & Performance Improvement Solutions for the Johnson & Johnson Institute, leading health care quality improvement that directly advances patient outcomes, provider efficiency and health system value through digital solutions. Derek leads C-SATS, a Johnson & Johnson Institute company he co-founded.... Read More >>

WSHA, OAHHS partner to establish Northwest Safety and Quality Partnership

The Washington State Hospital Association (WSHA) and the Oregon Association of Hospitals and Health Systems (OAHHS) have established the Northwest Safety and Quality Partnership. The new partnership combines health care quality and safety initiatives from both associations to serve all 169 hospitals and health systems in Washington state and Oregon, making health care safer for patients and caregivers in both states.... Read More >>

North Carolina Hospital Foundation establishes disaster relief fund for health care workers in wake of hurricane

The North Carolina Hospital Foundation — a 501(c)(3) nonprofit — has established a disaster relief fund to support North Carolina health care workers who suffered significant property loss to their homes during Hurricane Florence and the subsequent flooding.... Read More >>

It’s time to meet with your legislators!

WSHA is gearing up for the 2019 state legislative session. We are asking all hospital CEOs to meet with their state elected officials between now and November. Much has changed in Olympia, so we need to ensure hospitals are telling their story.... Read More >>

WSHA receives HIIN contract extension for quality, safety initiatives

For the last two years, we at WSHA have been honored to serve as one of the select organizations across the country to contract with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services as a hospital improvement innovation network (HIIN). This federally funded contract has supported key quality and safety efforts, and we are delighted to announce that we recently received a six-month extension to continue this important work.... Read More >>

Last chance to make a nomination for the Community Health Leadership Award

August 23 is the deadline to make a nomination for the 2018 Community Health Leadership Award, which will be given at the WSHA Annual Meeting October 11 to a health care organization that is serving its community’s broader health needs in innovative and lasting ways.... Read More >>

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