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The WASHINGTON STATE HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION is an equal opportunity employer.
Current Job Openings:
We are looking for an experienced Executive Assistant to support WSHA’s robust Patient Safety program. The Executive Assistant exhibits a high degree of personal initiative and follow-through on work assignments, excellent oral and written communication skills, ability to coordinate multiple activities at the same time, and skills in organizing complex meetings and conferences.
Director, Integrated Care - Patient Safety (care transitions)
The Director, Integrated Care - Patient Safety supports implementation of the WSHA patient safety initiative, focusing on care transitions. This position will help support implementation of WSHA work around transitions, readmission reduction, cultural transformation and/or other assigned areas.
Senior Financial Analyst
We are looking for an experienced Senior Financial Analyst to develop, prepare and present specialized reports, forecasts, profitability analysis, pricing analysis, and complex financial models. This position will also support hospitals with data collection and analysis, which includes working with customers to develop product specifications and providing training and technical support.
Director, Quality and Performance Improvement – Patient Safety
The Washington State Hospital Association is a membership organization representing hospitals and health systems. The association provides policy, advocacy, patient safety, and care transition. WSHA works to improve the health of the people of the state by becoming involved in all matters affecting the delivery, quality, accessibility, affordability and continuity of health care for the 96 hospitals in Washington.
Director, Integrated Care — Obstetrics
The Director, Integrated Care supports implementation of the WSHA patient safety initiative, focusing on optimal birth outcomes. This position will help execute the WSHA Safe Deliveries Roadmap initiative. The Director will be actively involved in leading complex projects with hospitals and multiple community partners, and implementing best practices through Safe Tables (forums to share best practices with approximately 200 participants), as well as playing a vital role in providing guidance and developing implementation ready documents/toolkits.
Senior Director, Quality and Performance Improvement – Patient Safety
This position is estimated to last 2 years depending on funding and this position is eligible for benefits and paid time off.
The Director, Quality and Performance Improvement will successfully lead, grow, implement, and achieve results on strategic initiatives related to Patient Safety and Care Transformation. This includes the Medical Officer Collaborative with their “Call to Actions” (i.e., Honoring Choices Pacific Northwest, Choosing Wisely, Improving Quality, Medical Officer Development), Community Health, and other items as defined by WSHA members through the strategic plan for Patient Safety.
Clinical Data and Informatics Coordinator
We are looking for a Clinical Data and Informatics Coordinator to support the needs of WSHA”s maternal-child quality improvement initiative. The primary function of this role is to develop data reports and also interact with our members to answer questions that come up based on the clinical data. This position will develop and prepare, analyze and interpret a variety of information for association staff and members.