Violence prevention training requirements during COVID

Addressing workplace violence is a priority for hospitals to ensure the best care setting for patients and work environment for staff and providers.... Read More >>

COVID work continues with policy response

WSHA has been working with many of our health care and other community partners to assist with the re-opening of non-urgent medical and dental procedures.... Read More >>

Interprofessional opioid education opportunities available for rural health care teams

Washington State University (WSU) Health Sciences invites health care teams in rural Washington communities to participate in a two-hour interprofessional training opportunity to improve management of patients with chronic pain and diagnosed with, or at risk for developing, opioid use disorder. ... Read More >>

Opportunity for free advance care planning resources with short survey

Advance care planning helps people plan for their medical care in the event that they are unable to make decisions for themselves.... Read More >>

Psychiatry Consult Line now available for prescribers

The UW Psychiatric Consultation Line (PCL) is available to help prescribing providers, including those in community hospitals and emergency departments, in Washington seeking clinical advice about patients 18+ with mental health and/or substance use disorders.... Read More >>

Acute Opioid Prescribing Reports coming next week

WSHA, in collaboration with the Washington State Medical Association (WSMA), Washington Department of Health, and the Health Care Authority will release the next round of the Acute Opioid Prescribing Reports next week.... Read More >>

Follow-up: WSHA Virtual Press Conference

Today Washington state’s 112 hospitals and health systems announced the launch of a public education campaign to encourage people to avoid delaying care for new or chronic medical concerns, and reassure them that care can be safely accessed – even during a pandemic... Read More >>

Media Advisory: Washington health care providers unite to address misconceptions, encourage appropriate use of health care

Washington state’s 112 hospitals and health systems are launching a public education campaign to address these concerns and encourage people to get care when they need it... Read More >>

Washington Poison Center releases 2019 Annual Report

The Washington Poison Center (WAPC) has released its 2019 Annual Report.... Read More >>

Register for virtual summit on behavioral health integration

Learn more about behavioral health integration by taking part in an upcoming Bree Collaborative summit... Read More >>

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