WorkHealthy Hospitals

WorkHealthy Hospitals (WHH), a grant program of TSET and an initiative of the OHA, is a comprehensive and sustainable approach to helping Oklahoma hospitals change and improve their culture of employee wellbeing through organizational system changes. It is aimed at helping hospital leadership, along with employee input, make permanent infrastructure changes in policies, environment and benefits within which their specific wellness programs will fit. It also assists hospitals in setting a visible wellness standard for their community.                            

Hospital leaders at participating hospitals gather their wellness team and, together, begin by completing the online assessment of their workplace’s health policies, benefits and environments to determine the current status of their organization’s wellness.  From these baseline outcomes, they receive recommendations and action plans tailored for their hospital. Action plans guide leaders through a process to identify and prioritize evidence-based wellness policies and system change strategies that are effective and efficient. Hospitals learn how to make “the healthy choice, the easy choice” for employees and guests.

To learn more about the process in the graphic below, click here

To view the WHH Program Highlights, click here

Getting started is easy!

For more information, contact Sydney Tomlinson, health improvement specialist, or click here to visit the WorkHealthy portal.

Thriving Workforce Resource Hub

The WorkHealthy Hospitals team is dedicated to supplying hospitals with innovative and timely information to best support your employees’ wellbeing. As burnout continues to permeate the healthcare community, our team created a variety of free resources to help. These resources address burnout and resilience and offer tangible system and individual solutions for all healthcare workers.  To utilize the Thriving Workforce Resource Hub resources, see the other support we currently offer and what additional support is coming, click here.