WSHA standardizing emergency codes, go-live date scheduled for Oct. 1

It has been 14 years since WSHA led the creation of statewide standard hospital emergency codes to help staff across hospitals understand and effectively manage emergency situations. Since then, individual hospitals have added multiple additional codes resulting in a diminution of the positive benefits of standardization... Read More >>

Thank you, NetworxHealth!

WSHA would like to recognize the following organization for supporting the association as a 2024 Gold Member Engagement Partner. We are incredibly grateful for their partnership and for the services they provide to our hospital members... Read More >>

WSHA data analysis spotlights need for preventative dental care for Medicaid patients

WSHA’s Data Analytics team studied Medicaid adult dental emergency visits in Washington for our analysis of the month  in March.... Read More >>

Washington Poison Center hosting naloxone education events during National Poison Prevention Week

In honor of National Poison Prevention Week, the Washington Poison Center is hosting two virtual educational events on Tuesday, March 19 focused on naloxone... Read More >>

Register for trainings in March on caring for patients with substance use disorders

The University of Washington Addictions, Drug and Alcohol Institute (ADAI) recently announced two upcoming trainings on caring for patients with substance use disorders.... Read More >>

Applications open for WSHA’s Rural Quality Everyday Extraordinary Award

WSHA is accepting applications for the Rural Quality Everyday Extraordinary Award, which recognizes a rural hospital completing an exceptional quality improvement project.... Read More >>

WSHA data analysis offers insight into diagnostic excellence in spinal cord compression

WSHA's data analytics team studied spinal cord compression for its February analysis of the month because identifying and diagnosing this issue early could prevent patients from having major disabilities later. ... Read More >>

Register for the WSHA Opioid Stewardship 2024 Program Roundtable

WSHA is committed and supportive of efforts in reducing opioid misuse and will engage members in a roundtable discussion Feb. 27 at noon to share 2024 programmatic objectives and gain insight to opioid stewardship priorities, including prescribing best practice, prevention and treatment in your communities.... Read More >>

Opportunity to share feedback on Starts with One opioid misuse prevention materials

WSHA members are invited to participate in a brief interview to share feedback on Starts with One materials.... Read More >>

Registration open for Health Leads Webinar Series: Community-Driven Innovation: Shifting Power, Solving Problems

For hospitals screening patients for health-related social needs and preparing community improvement service programming, this series is for you! ... Read More >>

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