Stakeholders/Partners

 
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Advocacy & Lobbying: Building Knowledge & Skills

ACH's are at a "pivot point" to be hearing about challenges at the local level that, given their access to state leaders, makes their voice critical in policy and system change circles at multiple levels.  It is important to know the rules of the road for ACHs when dealing with advocacy and lobbying.  This resource provides information on what an ACH can and can't do in regard to advocacy and lobbying as well as provides scenarios for ACHs to help in this work. (Nov. 2016)

 

CPAA: Shared Learning Syllabus & Presenter's Guide

Shared learnings are one of the four core operating principles of the Cascade Pacific Action Alliance (CPAA). By routinely incorporating shared learnings into Council meetings, CPAA focuses on exploring and sharing opportunities to support CPAA action and innovation.  The draft Shared Learning Syllabus is being used to set the CPAA priorities for shared learnings at the monthly council meetings.  The Presenter's Guide is used to prepare the presenters to help them and give them an idea of CPAA's expectations of the presenters. (July 2016)

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Community Stakeholder Engagement

This resource reviews the Certification and Project Plan requirements related to Community and Stakeholder engagement and provides leading practices and case studies in the following areas: ensuring bi-directional and timely communication between ACHs, the community and consumers, and ACH stakeholders.  Engaging community organizations, consumers and hard to reach populations.  Sustaining community and stakeholder participation and support beyond project section and implementation. (June 2017)

Medicaid Transformation Demonstration: Partnering for Sustainable Transformation

This resource was given at the June 2017 at the ACH Convening.  The objective of this presentation was to engage rural hospital leaders and ACH partners in a discussion about needs and ideas for Medicaid Transformation Demonstration project considerations in rural communities.

Leading Practices for Community & Stakeholder Engagement

Throughout project planning and implementation, ACHs must demonstrate that they are engaging and soliciting input from community members and partnering providers which may include: Medicaid beneficiaries, MCOs, social service agencies, direct care workforce, law enforcement agencies, and faith-based organizations, among other. This resource reviews the Certification and Project Plan requirements related to Community and Stakeholder engagement and provides leading practices and case studies. (July 17th, 2017)