Take action for Mental Health Awareness Month

Throughout Mental Health Awareness Month, we provided education on caring for your own mental health and shared resources on talking about mental health in positive, non-stigmatizing ways.... Read More >>

WSHA’s Tina Seery selected to 2023 ACHE Diversity Program

Congratulations to WSHA Senior Director for Safety and Quality Tina Seery, who is one of 12 national health care leaders selected for the 2023 ACHE Thomas C. Dolan Executive Diversity Program (EDP).... Read More >>

Upcoming WSHA webinar focuses on hospital strategies for opioid misuse prevention

Join us on Friday, June 9 from  9-10:30 a.m. for Hospitals and Opioid Misuse Prevention: Practical Strategies to Help Combat the Opioid Epidemic, to learn ways hospitals can help prevent opioid misuse.... Read More >>

Mental Health Awareness Month week three: language matters

In the third week of Mental Health Awareness Month, we are invited to focus on how we talk about mental health.... Read More >>

Create a healthy home environment to support positive mental health

Mental health is impacted by many things, and your physical environment is no exception.... Read More >>

PNW POP Sepsis Dashboard now available in DASH

WSHA is pleased to announce a new safety and quality dashboard, the PNW POP Sepsis Dashboard in our Data Analytics Service Hub (DASH) platform. ... Read More >>

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is designated as Mental Health Awareness Month. We will share resources and tips from SAMHSA on ways to deepen our understanding of mental health throughout the next few weeks. We will also highlight upcoming community events.... Read More >>

Register for Honoring Choices Pacific Northwest’s Serious Illness Conversation Guide training

Honoring Choices Pacific Northwest (HCPNW) worked with Ariadne Labs to develop an upgraded approach to teaching this useful Guide. The Guide uses shared decision making and patient-tested language to learn what matters most and plan for the future.... Read More >>

Office hours call on the ending of the COVID-19 public health emergency May 11

Hospital and health system leaders are invited to join CMS to discuss preparations for the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE) May 11.... Read More >>

Get involved, help prevent opioid misuse

The increasing rate of opioid-related deaths in Washington is a serious cause for concern.... Read More >>

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