North Sound ACH supports a regional care coordination HUB, which takes referrals from across the region about individuals and families who are struggling due to physical, behavioral and social needs. The Community HUB serves as a central registry for a network of care coordination agencies (CCAs), helping to eliminate structural barriers, while reducing the duplication of services. The HUB also serves as the central infrastructure for tracking and measurement of specific health outcomes, agency outcomes, staff outcomes, and opportunities for coordinated quality improvement efforts.
CCAs are organizations contracted with the Community HUB to deliver direct care coordination services to community members. The HUB and its network of CCAs work in partnership to identify high risk individuals and direct them to appropriate service providers.
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North Sound ACH Land Acknowledgement: We begin by acknowledging, with humility, that the land where we are today, is the territory of the People of the Salish Sea. Their presence is imbued in the waterways, shorelines, valleys and mountains of the traditional homelands of the Coast Salish People – Since Time Immemorial…