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- Information for providers whose credentials have been affected by a drug conviction
- Beginning January 1, 2021, health care professionals (excluding physicians) who are offering telemedicine services to patients, are required to complete telemedicine training. Please see the Department of Health policy statement with additional information related to this requirement (PDF) for more information.
To learn more about the different training options available and access additional resources, please visit the Washington State Telehealth Collaborative Training page. To complete the free and publicly available telemedicine training, please select enroll and create a Canvas account to access the Washington State Medical Professional Telemedicine Training.
- Take the Washington Health Workforce Survey
- The Department of Health is recruiting to fill four positions to serve on the Washington State Mental Health Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Social Workers Advisory Committee. Current vacancies on the committee include one marriage and family therapist, one licensed mental health counselor, and two public members. The due date for applications (PDF) is August 15, 2021. For more details please see the recruitment announcement (PDF).
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