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Community Advisory Council

Since 2012, the Community Advisory Council (CAC) has worked to ensure that the integrated healthcare needs of InterCommunity Health Network CCO (IHN-CCO) members and their communities in Benton, Lincoln, and Linn counties are effectively and efficiently addressed. The Council is intended to support significant community and member involvement and provide input into the operations and mission of IHN-CCO.

Learn how you can make an impact in your community

The IHN-CCO Community Advisory Council (CAC) is made up of local community members and county government representatives, with a majority representation of IHN-CCO members. Hear from some of our representatives in this short video, then learn more about how to get involved with the Council.

Find out how to get involved

Our plan for improving health

In 2014, the Advisory Council created a Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) aimed at improving IHN-CCO members’ health and quality of care while also managing costs. As the Council works toward achieving its goals, it publishes progress reports and research to keep its communities apprised of its efforts.

Learn more about our CHIP

Upcoming Community Advisory Council meetings

The public is welcome and encouraged to attend Council meetings.

Monday, Nov. 13
City: Albany
Time: 1 to 4 p.m.
Location: Willamette Health Center, 2730 Pacific Blvd SE, Albany, OR, 97321 (Public Health Conference Room)

See all upcoming meetings

View meeting minutes