“Scott led the association well during a time of rapid change in health care,” said WSHA president Scott Bond. “We are lucky to have a leader of such integrity and courage in Washington State. We look forward to continuing to work with Scott to tackle big issues that impact the health of our communities.”
Prior to serving as the association’s chair, Bosch was an officer on the board for four years. He now moves to the position of immediate past president. He also served on the board of the Health Work Force Institute, a WSHA affiliate program.
Bosch took the helm as the president and CEO of Harrison Medical Center in 2004. Over the course of a 30 year career in health care administration, he served as the president of Banner Health’s Colorado region, where he oversaw nine hospitals in four states. Prior to Banner, he spent 13 years with the nonprofit Munson Healthcare System in Michigan.
The Washington State Hospital Association represents all of Washington’s 97 community hospitals. The association takes a major leadership role in issues that affect delivery, quality, accessibility, affordability, and continuity of health care. It works to serve its members, increase access to health care, and improve health care quality.