A Natural Community of Care (NCC) is a group of partners that serve the same Medicaid population due to geographical proximity, natural referral patterns, and collaborative service agreements. For non-clinical partners, the benefit of participating in your NCC convenings is shared learning, networking, and informing the shared commitments of implementation partners under the Medicaid Transformation Project (MTP). There are no costs to participating in your NCC. Please refer to our FAQ for more information.
natural communities of care (NCCs)
Would you like to become an NCC partner in the Olympic region?
It's never too late to sign onto the Shared Change Plan and partner with your NCC and the OCH to advance our mission, health equity and accessibility in the Olympic region. Please fill out our contact form, and one of our team members will reach out to you and your organization.
Regional NCC Convening
Each Natural Community of Care has created and signed a Shared Change Plan. The Shared Change Plan represents agreement by partners within a NCC on shared expectations, goals, and strategies of the Medicaid Transformation Project. Thank you for your participation and input at the NCC convenings! See the links below for PDFs of the final change plans with handwritten comments and partner signatures from our April 24th Regional Convening.
In January and February of 2018, the OCH hosted three convenings for each county NCC. Each convening built on the former toward a Shared Change Plan for service transformation for Medicaid beneficiaries across our region. The materials shared during these meetings are provided for reference below.
January 11, 2018 1-4pm
January 17, 2018 1-4pm
January 18, 2018 1-4pm
February 9, 2018 9am-12pm
February 1, 2018 9am-12pm
February 5, 2018 1-4pm
February 20, 2018 9am-12pm
February 23, 2018 9am-12pm
February 21, 2018 9am-12pm
OCH hosted a regional convening with all three NCCs on April 24th in Kingston, WA. There, we discussed the history of the work we've done so far, we got a first look at the new OCH reporting tool, we staffed committees, and partners signed our final Shared Change Plans! OCH was excited to have so many of you with us sharing in the combined mission for better health and health equity in the Olympic region. With the help of our partners, we can create hope and change for the most vulnerable populations of Washington State!
History of the NCCs
Click this picture for a PDF of the convening presentation!