Health Share of Oregon Community Advisory Council holds next meeting at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center on June 7
May 30, 2013 – Engaging the community is central to health transformation, and Health Share of Oregon is committed to listening to the public and working together to improve our health. Comprised of a majority of Oregon Health Plan members, Health Share’s Community Advisory Council is central to this engagement effort.
At their monthly meeting on Friday, June 7, the Council will draft recommendations to the Board of Directors on how Health Share can enhance public engagement. Among the ideas under discussion are town hall meetings, monthly stakeholder updates, open houses and other community outreach efforts.
Friday, June 7, 2013
Noon – 12:30pm: Public Comment Sign-up
12:30pm – 1pm: Public Comment*
1pm – 4pm: Council Meeting
Providence St. Vincent Medical Center
9155 Southwest Barnes Road
Portland, OR 97225
Posted to the Council’s website one week prior to each meeting
*To speak during the Public Comment period, you must sign up between noon and 12:30pm.
Reasonable accommodations will be provided as needed for persons with disabilities. Those needing accommodations should contact Jacob Figas, Community Engagement Program Coordinator, at [email protected] or (503) 416-4969 at least 48 hours before the meeting.
About Health Share of Oregon
Serving Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington Counties, Health Share of Oregon is aunique community-wide partnership created to ensure quality, cost-effective care for Oregon Health Plan members. The largest of the state’s new Coordinated Care Organizations, Health Share provides an integrated community delivery system with the objective of achieving better care, better health and lower costs for the Medicaid population and for the region.
About the Community Advisory Council
Comprised of a majority of Oregon Health Plan members, the Council plays a dual role. In addition to advising Health Share’s Board of Directors on the strategic direction of the organization, the Council also enables consumers to take an active role in improving their own health and that of their family and communities.