Washington State Hospital Association CEO to retire: 3 things to know

Scott Bond, president and CEO of the Washington State Hospital Association, will retire in January 2017.

Here are three things to know about Mr. Bond.

1. He has served as president and CEO of WSHA since 2011.

2. During his tenure with WSHA, Mr. Bond has re-energized WSHA staff and membership, WSHA Board Chairman Gregg Davidson, superintendent and CEO of Mount Vernon, Wash.-based Skagit Regional Health, said in a prepared statement. "Because of his leadership, we have a nationally known patient safety program, a safety- net assessment that is supporting hospitals that serve Medicaid enrollees, and a strong record of successful advocacy and partnerships in the policy arena," Mr. Davidson added.

3. The WSHA board hopes to select a new executive by the association's annual meeting in October, and has selected national search firm Korn Ferry to identify a new CEO.


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