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1-844-520-PAIN (7246) UW Medicine pain pharmacists and physicians are available Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (excluding holidays) to provide clinical advice at no charge to you. Consultations for clinicians treating patients with complex pain medication regimens, particularly high dose opioids. Keywords: Psychiatry, Treatment, Mental, Team, Collaborative, Primary, Integration, Behavioral, Care, Health, Opioid
PAL for Moms is a free telephone consultation service for health care providers caring for patients with mental health problems who are pregnant, postpartum, or planning pregnancy. Any health care provider in Washington State can call.
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.
UW TelePain A service for community-practice providers to increase knowledge and skills in chronic pain management UW TelePain sessions are collegial, audio/video-based conferences that include: 1. Didactic presentations from the UW Pain Medicine curriculum for primary care providers. 2. Case presentations from community clinicians. 3. Interactive consultations for providers with a multi-disciplinary panel of specialists.
Valley View Health Center is a non-profit health center providing medical, dental, behavioral health, and pharmacy services to patients. They joined the Washington State Mental Health Integration Program (MHIP) to learn more about the Collaborative Care Model for behavioral health integration from the Advancing Integrated Mental Health Solutions (AIMS) center at the University of Washington. Topics covered in this resource:
The Value-based Payment (VBP) Planning Guide is designed to assist organizations in pacing the needed changes, gaining buy-in and building needed infrastructure in order to promote a systematic approach toward transformation. The Planning Guide aims to support your organization in:
Washington HealthCareCompare The website and database were created by legislation passed in 2015 (RCW 43.371) as a push from Governor Inslee to increase price transparency and public accountability. The website allows consumers to search for price of over 100 procedures and treatments and quality of providers and hospitals. The Washington State Common Measure Set results are also produced on the site for ACH and by insurance coverage.
Washington State Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (WSHPCO) The Washington State Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (WSHPCO) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization committed to taking a leadership role in improving end-of-life care through education and advocacy efforts. WSHPCO provides information and referral services to the public and supports the professional services at Washington state’s hospice and palliative care organizations. WSHPCO holds an annual conference at Lake Chelan in October. They also host regular educational webinars
Key findings include: Maternal mortality rates in Washington have historically been lower than national rates.However, critical disparities persist by race and ethnicity. In Washington, the Panel found 80 percent of pregnancy-related deaths were preventable.
Washington State Perinatal Collaborative, WSPC, is a volunteer group of public and private organizations, agencies and individuals committed to improving care and outcomes for the state’s pregnant mothers, newborns, and infants.