The Health Workforce Sentinel Network seeks your input on health workforce challenges and suggested solutions. The state-led consortium assists Washington health care employers in communicating recruitment, retention and skillset challenges to educators and policymakers to inform their actions.
Don’t miss this chance to let educators, policymakers, and others around the state know about your challenges, including related to the COVID-19 pandemic. This opportunity ends at midnight on Sunday, Nov. 6. Submit your information online in a Washington Health Workforce Sentinel Network survey.
Communicating your concerns with the Sentinel Network will help amplify your voice – in your own words – to decisionmakers from across the state. For more information and to view what Sentinels have said to-date, review the findings dashboard, policy briefs and COVID-19 findings pages. The data you provide to the Sentinel Network will be kept confidential. Your organization’s data will be reported in aggregate form with data from similar organizations, and great care will be taken to ensure that no individual organization’s responses can be identified in reports.
Washington’s Sentinel Network is a collaboration of the state’s Workforce Board and the University of Washington’s Center for Health Workforce Studies. Funding to initiate the Sentinel Network came from the Healthier Washington initiative, with ongoing support from Governor Inslee’s office and the Washington State Legislature. For any questions, contact email@example.com or (206) 543-9797. Once again, to share your input, please click here.