Governance & Executive Education
AWPHD in partnership with WSHA offers its members educational opportunities to increase their knowledge and understanding of hospital governance in Washington state. This education assists executive leadership and board members in assessing and enhancing hospital operations and board effectiveness.
Earn your Governance & Executive Education certificate by completing 12 points by December 31st. Each 1-hour session qualifies for 1 point.
Register for upcoming courses and access the OnDemand library of content through the AWPHD and WSHA Governance Education Portal. For more information on how to create an account and register for an upcoming session or and watch recorded sessions, use this how-to. Any further questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Governance & Executive Education Sessions
2024 Procurement for PHDsSpeaker: Josh Klika, Procurement Consultant, MRSC
2024 New Commissioner Welcome & Training
A welcome to the Association of Washington Public Hospital Districts and the available tools and resources for commissioners. Followed by a training on Governance: Rules of the Road. This is an excellent resource for becoming a high-functioning board of commissioners for a public hospital district. To automatically log your point toward your Health Care Governance Certification for this session, please log in through the Governance Education portal.
2023 Public Records Officer Webinar Part II for Public Hospital Districts
Everything Old is New Again: New Tools for Public Hospital District Communication and Engagement
To automatically log your point toward your Health Care Governance Certification for this session, please log in through the Governance Education portal.
In today’s dynamic healthcare landscape and noisy media environment, Public Hospital Districts (PHDs) need new ways to inform and engage the community. PHDs also have unique limitations when it comes to the traditional “marketing” approaches. This AWPHD member panel session will explore how some new tools are helping us do “old” work of making our services known and understood.
Facilitator: Mary Kay Clunies-Ross, Sunshine
Jen Carter, Commissioner, Snoqualmie Valley Health
Elise Cutter, CEO, Island Health
Alison Weigley, Director of External Relations, Pullman Regional Hospital