Featured resources and tools
- Webinar: How to Identify Key Data Sources for ACHs in Washington
Presented by Public Health Seattle & King County data team on April 6, 2016. Training slide deck.
- Webinar: Accountable Community of Health Structures and Cross-Sector Coordination
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is featuring some of our local experts on a webinar Wednesday, April 6, 9-10 a.m. local time featuring Nadine Chan and Eli Kern from Public Health Seattle & King County. They will talk about their study to-date of ACH influence on developing a regional, cross-sector shared data system, as well as care coordination strategies to support the Triple Aim.
- ACH Legal and Practical Considerations presented by Keith Nagayama from ChangeLab Solutions on August 21, 2015. Download the presentation in either format: PDF or PowerPoint.
- A two-page overview, August 2016.
- "Getting Grounded" Presented at May 7, 2015 Interim Leadership Council. Download the briefing in either format: PDF or PowerPoint.
This is an inventory of locally available health data resources. These resources are intended to assist the King County ACH develop Medicaid Transformation Demonstration projects. Additional resources will be added as they become available. For questions or more information, please contact Eli Kern (email@example.com).
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- How health, wellness and equity are best achieved
Prevention Institute and JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. released a commentary discussing how health, wellness and equity are best achieved when multiple sectors align and use a portfolio of strategies. "These synergistic interventions compound into true population health improvement for communities-creating a greater effect than with sectors' individual efforts. "The commentary focuses on ACHs and even mentions the King County ACH.
- Build Healthy Places Network: Working at the Intersection of Community Development and Health
- Community Health Improvement Navigator
- The Guide to Community Preventive Services: What Works to Promote Health
- Aging and Disability Services
- Washington State Practice Transformation Hub
- SAMSHA-HRSA Center for Integrated Care Solutions national resource center working to promote the development of integrated primary and behavioral health services to better address the needs of individuals with mental health and substance use conditions, whether seen in behavioral health or primary care provider settings
- AIMS Center, University of Washington Advancing Integrated Mental Health Solutions
- Center for Health Care Strategies technical assistance resource for advancing access, quality, and cost-effectiveness in publicly financed health care
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