InterCommunity Health Network Coordinated Care Organization Seeks Lincoln Co. Representatives for Community Advisory Council

The Community Advisory Council is looking to fill vacancies in Lincoln county with two IHN-CCO members (or a parent/guardian of a member) and one representative from the community at large.To be considered for the Council, complete this application and submit it by March 21. Click here to learn more about the duties of the Council.

The Council meets the second Monday of January, March, May, July, September and November (March 3 being the one exception) from 2 to 5 p.m. in alternating counties.


El Consejo Consultivo de la Comunidad está buscando representantes en el condado de Lincoln para cubrir las vacantes de dos miembros de IHN-CCO (o un padre / guardián de un miembro) y un representante de la comunidad en general. Para ser considerado para el Consejo, complete esta solicitud y enviarlo antes del 21 de marzo.

El Consejo se reúne el segundo lunes de enero, marzo, mayo, julio, septiembre y noviembre (el 3 de marzo siendo la única excepción)  de 2:00pm hasta las 5:00pm en los condados alterna.

CCO Advisory Council Meeting in Corvallis, January 13

InterCommunity Health Network Coordinated Care Organization (IHN-CCO) serves Oregon Health Plan members from Linn, Benton, and Lincoln counties. The Community Advisory Council works together with InterCommunity Health Network CCO to identify and advocate for preventive care practices, oversee a community health assessment, adopt a regional health improvement plan, and annually publish a report on the progress of the improvement plan.

Date: Monday, January 13, 2014
Time: 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Location: Sunset Building, Sunset Conference Room (first floor)
Address: 4077 Research Way, Corvallis, Oregon
Call-In: 1-866-439-0933, participant code 5093665467

Public Welcome.

Here is the Agenda.

Wanted: Good Representatives for the Coordinated Care Organization’s Community Advisory Council

As readers of this site know, health care reform in Oregon is currently focused on Medicaid/Oregon Health Plan members.  On August 1st of this year, a private-public consortium of health care providers in Linn, Benton and Lincoln Counies began a new system under the title of “InterCommunity Health Network”, otherwise known as IHN-CCO.  How successful this new system will be remains to be seen – but you can help!

The regulations creating this new CCO require the formation of an advisory council composed of residents of the three-county area, half of whom will be clients served by the new system.  It’s very important that we have conscientious people serve on this new Community Advisory Council to provide oversight and advice to the IHN-CCO board of directors, and MVHCA encourages those interested to submit an application ASAP – the filing deadline is September 14, 2012  The next opportunity to apply will be in 2013.  

The application for the CAC can be found at: