Important July 1 deadlines, milestones for hospital staffing law

Per RCW 70.41.420  and RCW 49.12.480, the following deadlines and tasks are required and begin on/by July 1, 2024... Read More >>

‘Catalyst for Change’ webinar series June 12: ‘Analytics for the Intersection of Equity and Value’

Join the Bree Collaborative from 12-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 12, for the next installment in the “Catalyst for Change” webinar series: “Analytics for the Intersection of Equity and Value."... Read More >>

WSHA-endorsed ScalaNW launches to support emergency departments in caring for patients with opioid use disorder

The Washington State Healthcare Authority (HCA) on June 3 launched ScalaNW: a bridge program that supports hospital emergency departments in caring for patients suffering from opioid use disorder... Read More >>

WSHA webinar June 18: ‘Navigating Opioid Potency: Unraveling the Impact of Morphine Milligram Equivalent’

Join WSHA from 10-11 a.m. June 18 for an informative webinar exploring the world of pain management and recognizing the significance of the morphine milligram equivalent (MME), a crucial metric that standardizes the comparison of opioid potency to morphine... Read More >>

Third WSHA SOGI webinar rescheduled for June 18

WSHA’s third SOGI webinar, “Improving Comfort Talking about Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation,” has been rescheduled for 1-2:30 p.m. Tuesday June 18. Anyone attending the session live is eligible to receive CECH credit through the California Board of Registered Nursing... Read More >>

Leveraging your WSHA membership to achieve clinical excellence

WSHA’s Safety & Quality team is filled with clinical experts across numerous disciplines. They support numerous initiatives to improve health care in Washington State, and these programs are all available to our member hospitals as one of their member benefits... Read More >>

Free training June 6 on treating patients with opioid use disorder

University of Washington Continuing Education will partner with the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) to host the training “Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder” from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, June 6... Read More >>

‘Starts with One’ campaign makes a statewide impact, seeks partner feedback

For the last 18 months, WSHA has worked with the state Health Care Authority (HCA) and DH, a social impact agency, to partner with hospitals across the state for opioid harm reduction activities through the “Starts with One” campaign... Read More >>

WSHA, members standardizing, simplifying emergency code events

In 2008, WSHA engaged with stakeholders to standardize hospital emergency code events. (You may know these codes by their colors, such as “code blue” for a patient whose heart has stopped or who has stopped breathing.)... Read More >>

Registration still open for May 20 Quality Leader Learning Collaborative

We have extended the registration deadline for the May 20 Quality Leader Learning Collaborative. Online registration is closed but additional attendees can register at the door. This event is from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday, May 20 at the SeaTac Airport Conference Center... Read More >>

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