This page provides links to resources and information on patient care topics including:
- Guidelines and resources for providers.
- Safety issues including hospital acquired infections.
- Early screening information.
Adverse events are medical errors healthcare facilities could and should have avoided. Washington State law requires healthcare facilities to report to the Department of Health whenever they confirm an adverse event (Chapter 70.56 RCW). Facilities required to report are:
- Psychiatric hospitals.
- Child birthing centers.
- Department of Corrections medical facilities.
- Ambulatory surgical facilities.
Diabetes management and education, including electronic patient registry, self- management workshop, diabetes education and health home learning and quality improvement process for medical offices.
The EHDDI program helps hospitals and clinics by providing tracking and surveillance of infants that need follow-up and by making recommendations to health care providers based on best practices.
Information on the department's Family Planning Program, program to provide abortion coverage for certain Providence Health Plan members, and hospital reproductive health policies and reproductive health services provided forms.
General flu information with access to clinical diagnostic test recommendations, surveillance date, and notifiable conditions.
Chart showing rules and regulations relating to genetic services and screening for hearing loss, as well as other resources.
Find information on resources and compliance for providers contracted with the Early Intervention. Find help with understanding your contract, billing expectations and payment details. Also, find medical HIV Case Management information and support. Learn about applications and eligibility for the HIV Client Services program.
Information on screening, laboratory testing, and training for parents and healthcare partners. Also, information on the specialized metabolic treatment products (i.e., PKU formula) that are central to preventing profound damage due to the condition.
Information on topics like licensing boards, professional recruitment, financial incentives, dental hygiene or assisting programs.