• Collaboration Resources

    Tools to Assess Partnerships/Collaboration

    PARTNER TOOL: Survey questionnaire and data visualization

    Wilder Collaboration Factors Inventory
    - A free tool to assess how your collaboration is doing on 20 research-tested success factors.


    Living Cities Cross-Partnership Assessment - Living Cities developed the free Cross-Sector Partnership Assessment to help those engaged in cross-sector partnerships,

    - Powerful data visualization platform that helps you organize complex information into interactive relationship maps.

    Qualtrics, Survey Monkey, Google Forms -
    Build Tools to build your own online surveys

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  • Job Openings

    Openings at WA Community Colleges

    Walla Walla Community College is accepting applications to fulfill the role of Allied Health and Safety Education Coordinator. This position reports to the Dean of Health Science Education and is responsible for the development and management of Allied Health and Safety Education programs and classes for both the Walla Walla and Clarkston campuses. The Coordinator serves as a liaison between Walla Walla Community College and various community and state healthcare agencies/boards to ensure that institutional, state, or national program approvals and accreditations are maintained.

    Spokane Falls Community College is accepting applications to fulfil the role of Orthotic/Prosthetic Technician Instructor - Tenure Track.  This position prepares for and instructs, through traditional classroom and competency-based instruction, Professional/Technical classes in the Orthotic - Prosthetic Technician discipline; Examples of the types of courses typically assigned include:  all prosthetics courses in a competency-based orthotics-prosthetics technician program.

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  • Healthier Washington

    Major Demonstratioin Milestone Achieved

    All nine Accountable Communities of Health (ACH) have achieved a critical milestone in the Medicaid Transformation Project Demonstration – Phase 1 Certification. Two ACHs require follow-up documentation before Phase 1 funding will be released.
    Success was based on ACHs providing evidence of progress in several critical areas, including:

    • Theory of action and alignment strategy
    • Governance and organizational structure
    • Tribal engagement and collaboration
    • Community and stakeholder engagement
    • Budget and funds flow
    • Clinical capacity and engagement

    Each ACH will receive $1 million in design funds to support Project Plan development and related infrastructure and capacity. The next step, Phase 2 Certification, is underway. Phase 1 and Phase 2 documents can be found on the Medicaid transformation resources page.

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Welcome to Our Center!

The WA State Board for Community and Technical Colleges presents the Allied Health Center of Excellence

In 2009, Washington became the first and only state in the nation to codify Centers of Excellence into state statute (HB1323)

Ten Centers across the state represent a sector strategy to serve as economic development drivers for industries that help grow the state's economy.

The Allied Health Center of Excellence, with regional and statewide leadership activities, serves as a resource to all 34 community and technical colleges, K-12 Health Science, business / industry partners, plus identified government entities to ensure a continuous pipeline of new healthcare professionals.


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