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The number of children seeking care for a mental health crisis in an emergency department (ED) is on the rise. With limited mental health services, hospitals in rural areas bear an excessive burden.
Perinatal PCL is a free telephone consultation service for health care providers caring for patients with mental health and co-occurring substance use problems who are pregnant, postpartum, or planning pregnancy. Any health care provider in Washington State can call.
The first weeks and months of being a new parent can be overwhelming. Perinatal Support Washington offers help navigating the mental health system, they provide information and referrals to local providers, and can complete a postpartum wellness plan.
Person-centered customer service focuses on enhancing individuals’ health care experience and harnessing our own empathy, compassion and professionalism to reflect back to those we serve. It requires introspection and honest assessment of our organization and culture to improve how we serve by seeing through other individuals’ eyes and walking in their shoes. Customer service is a commitment to help and treat others as we would like to be treated along the continuum of the health care experience at our organization.
Dr. Andrea Corona will describe the scope and role of a pharmacist working in integrated settings in Washington State, and the key steps to utilize the pharmacist role in whole person care, and considerations for optimizing this role in practice.  
In the webinar, Population Health for Front-Line Providers: A Data Driven Approach, Jeff Hummel, MD, MPH and Hub coach, Carolyn Brill, CPHIMS, CHP discussed population health management for a provider audience. This data driven approach includes case examples of depression in people with diabetes and efforts to improve their clinical outcomes. This webinar will explore:
Dedicated to helping families suffering from postpartum depression, anxiety, and distress.
One Key Question One Key Question® is the groundbreakingly simple way to transform how we support women’s power to decide if, when, and under what circumstances to get pregnant. One Key Question® encourages primary care providers and others to routinely ask women about their reproductive health needs.
Thousands of women and babies get very sick each year from a dangerous condition called preeclampsia, a life-threatening hypertensive disorder that occurs only during pregnancy and the postpartum period. Preeclampsia and related disorders such as gestational hypertension, HELLP syndrome, and eclampsia are most often characterized by a rapid rise in blood pressure that can lead to seizure, stroke, multiple organ failure, and even death of the mother and/or baby.
PreManage Implementation Toolkit: A Guide for Washington State Behavioral Health Agencies PreManage Implementation Toolkit is a care management tool that combines information from participating healthcare partners, including hospitals and emergency departments, primary care practices, and behavioral health agencies, and synthesizes the information into brief, actionable information about individual clients. This toolkit is designed to walk an agency through the process of preparing for and implementing PreManage. It is designed to be used by behavioral health agencies.