Request for Proposals


Greater Columbia Accountable Community of Health (GCACH) is accepting proposals from healthcare IT firms and consultants to provide consulting services tied to IT integration for the purpose of care coordination.  The overall goal is to develop a cloud-based IT care coordination and e-referral system across either part or all of the GCACH provider network. The scope of this contract work will consist of implementing a pilot project relating to this goal. We invite your firm to submit proposals to us by close of business February 20, 2018, for consideration. All consultants must submit information that indicates specific qualifications to perform the consulting services as specified herein.

 

                                         Read the full RFP here

 

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November Project Plan Application


GCACH submitted their November Project Plan Application on 11/15. To view the full submission and accompanying attachments, please click the link below:

 

                      11/15/17 GCACH Project Plan Application Submission
                            12/18/17 GCACH First Write-back Submission

                        1/2/18 GCACH Second Write-back, Final Application

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UPCOMING MEETING INFORMATION

 

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                            LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEETING 

 

The next meeting will be February 15, 2018, 9:00 am - 11:30 am at Columbia Basin College, L102. 

 

 

TO JOIN THE LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEETING REMOTELY:

Please use this link to see the documents on your screen: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/776402557

Please dial in using your phone for audio during the meeting: (312) 757-3121, Access Code: 776-402-557

 

Meeting materials can be found here

 

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                              BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

 

The next meeting will be February 15, 2018, 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm at Columbia Basin College, L102.

 

TO JOIN THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING REMOTELY:

Please use this link to see the documents on your screen: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/776402557

Please dial in using your phone for audio during the meeting: (312) 757-3121, Access Code: 776-402-557

NOTE: The Board call-in information is the same as for the Leadership Council

 

Meeting materials can be found here

 

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UPCOMING 2018 MEETINGS (all at Columbia Basin College)

    Download a calendar event for the Board Meetings here

    Download a calendar event for the Leadership Council Meetings here

 

2/15/18

3/15/18

4/19/18

5/17/18

6/21/18

7/19/18

 

 

 

 

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ABOUT THE GCACH

 

Click here to see the GCACH Overview sheet (Updated August 17, 2017)

 

VISION:  The Greater Columbia Region is a vibrant, healthy community in which all individuals, regardless of their circumstances, have the ability to achieve their highest potential.

 

MISSION:  The mission of the Greater Columbia ACH is to advance the health of our population by decreasing health disparities, improving efficiency of health care delivery, and empowering individuals and communities through collaboration, innovation, and engagement.

 

Welcome to Greater Columbia Accountable Community of Health!

As you can see, Greater Columbia ACH encompasses a diverse geographic region of southern and southeast Washington, from the crest of the Cascade Mountains in the west to the Blue Mountains and Idaho border in the east. Our upland areas are forested while the lowland valleys of the Columbia, Snake, Yakima and Walla Walla Rivers provide an agricultural bounty to the state.

 

How do you address the health issues in an area so large and diverse?

 

By bringing people together who have a passion and a commitment to improving the conditions in which our citizens live, improving access to services, and understanding what the data can tell us about our population.

 

We invite you to embark on this journey towards better health with us.

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