Cambia Grove hosts Startup Day Seattle in partnership with US Health and Human Services
Kylie Walsh | Jul 13, 2018 | Washington
While I know that the most important thing to watch this week is the World Cup semi-finals (let's go England!), health care never stops. So for those of you getting updates from your desk or taking a long lunch to watch France vs Belgium today, we have what's happening in Washington health
Today the University of Washington Finance and Asset Management Committee approved the UW Medicine Clinical Transformation project. The project will implement a single electronic health record (EHR) solution across the eight entities that make up UW Medicine: UW Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center, Northwest Hospital, Valley Medical Center, UW Physicians,
I hope you had you a Happy Fourth of July yesterday. DJ is taking a much deserved vacation, so I'm bringing you this edition of 5 Things We're Watching. I'm usually covering health policy in Texas, and a number of other states. DJ will be back next month, but until there, here's
State of Reform talked with Wesley Durkalski, the CEO of Sendero Health Plans, a non-profit health plan started by Central Health, the Travis County Healthcare District, to coordinate coverage for those with need in the local community. He tells us about the challenges Sendero faces and how the organization responds.
Happy Fourth of July! DJ is taking a well deserved vacation, so I'm bringing you this edition of 5 Things We're Watching, with some help from my colleagues Marjie High and Emily Boerger. We have news from AlohaCare, a veto from Gov. Ige, and more lined up for you. DJ
For those of you in the office today, we want to wish you an early Happy Fourth of July. For those of you reading this after the holiday, we hope you enjoyed your time off. Before our office closes for the Fourth, we wanted to share the 5 Things We're