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  • Community Choice and Improving Population Health

  • Healthcare Network

  • Community Choice is the regional source of current health information and improved access to quality healthcare in active collaboration with its healthcare provider members and business partners.

  • Health Care System Navigation

  • Innovation in Health Information Technology Adoption

  • Regional Collaboration and Partnerships

  • Advocacy and Patient-Centric Solutions

  • Federal and State Grants and Resources

  • Collective Problem Solving


Community Choice and Improving Population Health

Healthcare Network

Barbara BergAdministrator Lake Chelan ClinicJay JohnsonPhysician Rep.Wenatchee Valley Medical CenterMike Hassing/Heather FindlayExecutive DirectorFamily Health Centers (FQHC)Patrick BucknumExecutive DirectorColumbia Valley Community Health Center

Barry Kling, Administrator

Chelan-Douglas Public Health DistrictJesus HernandezExecutive DirectorCommunity Choice PHCO


Community Health Needs Assessment and Improving Population HealthCHNA – Chelan Douglas Counties

Steering Committee

Barry Kling, Chelan/Douglas Public Health District

Brad Hankins, Lake Chelan Community Hospital

Cathy Meuret, Central Washington Hospital

Cindy Vidano, Central Washington Hospital

Dan Heindel, Columbia Valley Community Health

Kay Sparks, Community Member

Renee Hunter, Together for Drug Free Youth

Others to join!


Next steps towards addressing the key determinants of health
Next Steps towards Addressing and Improving Population Healththe Key Determinants of Health

  • Finalize the Community Health Indicators to track and report on

  • Complete the Community Health Needs Assessment

    • What assets exist already

    • What gaps do we need to address

  • Prioritize those needs with key considerations

  • Identification opportunities for collaboration/partnerships

  • Implement technologies to support patient information is accessible at the right place at the right time across ALL sectors of services

  • IMMEDIATE NEXT STEP: Get feedback on what indicators to track and report on. Online Survey

  • IMPORTANT: Public Health and the Medical Community leadership on improving health in our communities


Community health needs assessment moving towards a healthy north central washington
Community Health Needs Assessment and Improving Population HealthMoving towards a Healthy North Central Washington

NCW is one regional family…everyone has a role to play

  • Okanogan County CHNA Steering Committee in development

    • Okanogan Public Health and Mid Valley Hospital are leading the efforts

    • Other partners are coming onboard

  • Grant County is already in the process of completing a Community Health Needs Assessment and we look forward to collaborating in future efforts

  • With the right incentive in place, we can make NCW a healthier and thriving region



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