project plans submitted to the Health Care Authority
criteria for project selection
The Project Selection Criteria and Scoring Tool can be viewed here.
medicaid transformation project
After completing two rounds of pilots with partners across the three Natural Communities of Care (NCCs) and receiving their input, OCH has released the final version of the OCH Physical Health/Behavioral Health Change Plan (PHBHCP). These documents detail outcomes and tactics that implementing partners offering physical health, behavioral health, and/or substance use disorder care services will be eligible to participate in to meet Medicaid Transformation Project goals. The OCH board recently adopted a Medicaid Transformation Payment Policy outlining guidelines and expectations of implementing partners.
Project plans have been submitted!
The OCH team is indescribably thankful for the partners and communities who helped shape our November 16th, 2017 submission to the Health Care Authority. The submitted documents are provided above.
Thank you so much for your attention and contribution to this important work in our region. We appreciate you!
The OCH Team
Request for Applications (RFA's)
Through a five-year transformation, this proposal includes three initiatives aimed at improving how we take care of individuals to better address local health priorities, deliver high-quality, cost-effective care that treats the whole person, and create linkages between clinical and community-based services.
Click here to learn more about the Transformation Project.
Chronic Disease Prevention and Control
What is the Transformation?
Letters of Intent (LOI's) submitted to the OCH
The state is seeking strategic changes within Medicaid to allow us to move toward a healthier Washington
The OCH will be completing a project plan template ahead of the November 16 deadline
The state has provided a template for organizing information regarding projects, partnering providers, and resource allocation
The Olympic Community of Health achieved the Phase 2 Certification milestone
The Olympic Community of Health achieved the Phase 1 Certification milestone
Initiatives submitted by OCH partners