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CLICK HERE TO OPEN A COLUMBIA BASIN COLLEGE (CBC) PASCO CAMPUS MAP

 

ADDRESS: 2600 N 20th Ave., Pasco, WA 99301

PARKING: We recommend parking in Lot G.

ON CAMPUS: Columbia Basin College, Classroom L102 in the L Building (the Library). Please go to the entrance on the north side of the building facing the H Building. The L102 room is on your left. There is a handicap-accessible entrance to the L building to the left of the main entrance on the North side.

 

NOTE: Leadership Council and Board meetings are both in room L102.                     These are public meetings.

 

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JULY 2017 GREATER COLUMBIA ACH LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEETING

When: July 20, 2017, 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. This is a public meeting. Light refreshments will be served.

 

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

NOTE: Please remain on the line for the breakout session during the Leadership Council meeting and for the agenda items after the breakout sessions. Thank you!

 

Here are the materials for the upcoming Leadership Council Meeting on 7/20/17:

   July 20, 2017 Leadership Council Agenda

   June 22, 2017 Leadership Council Minutes

   July 20, 2017 Director's Report

   Alignment across GCACH Demonstration Projects Presentation by HMA

   Breakout Discussion Document

   Charts for Discussion Groups

   Project Selection Criteria

   Updated GCACH Timeline for Project Planning and Selection Process  
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JULY 20, 2017 GREATER COLUMBIA ACH BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

When: July 20, 2017, 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. This is a public meeting. Lunch will be served.

 

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

 

Here are the materials for the upcoming Board Meeting on 7/20/17:

   July 20, 2017 Board Agenda

   Attestation of Participation Form

   June 22, 2017 Board Minutes

   Performance Evaluation Policy

   Drug-Free/Smoke Free Workplace Policy

   Computer Internet and Telephone Policy

   Paid Time Off Policy

   July 20th, 2017 Director’s Report

   June 2017 Budget

   Phase I Certification Project Design Budget

   Phase II Certification Approach for projecting and budgeting funds

   Fixed Asset Policy

   Finance Comittee Charter

   Project Selection Criteria

   Updated GCACH Timeline for Project Planning and Selection Process

   Demonstration Project Selection Workflow

   Formation of a Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)- Letter

   Formation of a Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)- Memo

   Executive Committee Meeting Minutes (July 14, 2017)

   

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REMAINING 2017 GCACH LEADERSHIP COUNCIL BOARD MEETING DATES:

   Thursday, August 17th- United Way in Richland

   Thursday, September 21st- Columbia Basin College, RoomL102 in Pasco

   Thursday, October 19th- Location TBD

   Thursday, November 16th- Location TBD

   Thursday, December 21st- Location TBD

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NOT RECEIVING OUR EMAILS? ARE YOUR EMAILS TO US COMING BACK AS “UNDELIVERABLE”?

GCACH emails go out to a large distribution list and may be considered spam by some email security settings. If you have had any problems sending or receiving emails with Greater Columbia Accountable Community of Health (GCACH), for example if you have not received emails with meeting information and materials, please check that all of our staff emails are on your safe sender list and please check your spam folder. Our staff emails are: cmoser@greatercolumbiaach.org, wluckey@greatercolumbiaach.org, mkummer@greatercolumbiaach.org, wvannoy@greatercolumbiaach.org, and afernandez@greatercolumbiaach.org. Meeting materials for the current month can be found on the home page of our website at www.greatercolumbiaach.org, and these materials are later moved to the minutes page of our website: http://www.greatercolumbiaach.org/minutes.html. We are aso exploring better group email options with the hope we can resolve this problem entirely, so stay posted. THANK YOU!

 

 

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 Click here to see the GCACH Overview sheet (Updated May 16, 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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