New infectious disease precaution signage available on the WSHA Bookstore

WSHA, in collaboration with hospital infection prevention clinical expertise has updated and standardized infection disease precautionary signage.... Read More >>

New materials for hospitals collecting and reporting patient demographic data

Members can now access resources designed by other hospitals to assist with training staff to collect patient self-reported demographic information.... Read More >>

DEI discussion roundtable to focus on 2023 MQI health disparities action plan

Hospital and health care professionals leading diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) activities are invited to workshop your health disparities action plan during a virtual discussion roundtable on Nov. 8 at 9 a.m. ... Read More >>

Join us Nov. 9 to explore strategies for reducing cesarean births 

WSHA welcomes OB leaders, providers and team members to join us for a Safe Deliveries Roadmap gathering at the SeaTac Conference Center on Nov. 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.... Read More >>

WSHA rolls out TeamBirth to 15 hospitals across Washington

The first 15 hospitals represent the first cohort of program adoptees, and WSHA plans to continue rolling out the program in three subsequent cohorts, with a goal of 100 percent program adoption among the state’s birthing hospitals... Read More >>

Emergency codes help hospital campus personnel effectively manage emergency situations

In efforts to support hospital campus personnel effectively manage emergency situations and reduce variability across health care campuses, WSHA will collaborate with stakeholders to modernize 15 safety, security and/or clinical events that universally support all campuses.... Read More >>

Register now for upcoming webinar – ‘Hospitals and Fentanyl: A Rapidly Changing Landscape’

Join WSHA for the webinar “Hospitals and Fentanyl: A Rapidly Changing Landscape” on Tuesday, Nov. 7, from noon -1 :30 p.m.... Read More >>

Washington DOH selects WSHA as key partner for obstetric services

As part of a six-month grant from the Washington State Department of Health, WSHA was selected as a key collaborative partner with our 20 critical access hospitals which provide obstetric delivery as part of their care services.... Read More >>

World Mental Health Day is Oct. 10

We know the health care workforce has been through a lot and experienced many difficulties in the last few years – they are not exempt from mental health challenges. One way WSHA has supported the mental health of the workforce is through Virtual Schwartz Rounds.... Read More >>

Join us Nov. 9 for reducing the primary cesarean and supporting vaginal birth

WSHA is hosting a free event at SeaTac Conference Center on Nov. 9 from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. on reducing cesarean births.... Read More >>

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