This page provides resources for the Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention (HPCDP) section’s SRCH grantees, partners, and contractors.
What is Sustainable Relationships for Community Health (SRCH)?
Oregon health system partners have identified a need for local public health agencies (LPHAs), coordinated care organizations (CCOs), and community-based organizations to identify, align and define organizational roles and responsibilities to improve health outcomes, while leveraging existing health efforts. Through a competitive funding opportunity, five consortia have been awarded funds to participate in SRCH, which will include a series of learning institutes.
The following are the funded SRCH consortia (lead agencies and partners):
- AllCare CCO (Curry County, Jackson County, Josephine County, Rogue Valley Council of Governments)
- Clackamas County Public Health Division (HealthShare CCO)
- Deschutes County Health Services (Pacific Source Community Solutions Coordinated Care Organization)
- InterCommunity Health Network Coordinated Care Org. (Benton County, Lincoln County, Linn County)
- Lane County Public Health (Trillium Community Health Network, Lane Council of Governments)
SRCH Grantee Contact Information
Grantees and Contractors Contact Information
A series of three learning institutes, to be held April through August 2015, will consist of facilitated discussions and technical assistance to engage leaders across multiple sectors involved in health system transformation, with a focus on heart disease, diabetes and prediabetes.
Institute participants will specifically address issues related to:
- Quality improvement, including use of quality measures, electronic health records and health information technology, and traditional health workers in team‐based care.
- Increasing the use of evidence-based Community Self-Management Programs (CSMPs) through health system referral and reimbursement.
The SRCH Institutes will support LPHAs, CCOs, and CSMP Providers in developing formal commitments, such as memoranda of understanding and data-sharing agreements, to reinforce collaboration and a long-term commitment to health system improvement and community-clinical linkages.
Registration links with additional detail have been sent to the lead contact person for each SRCH consortium. For additional information or questions, contact Shira Pope, HPCDP Workforce Capacity Coordinator, 971-673-1052 or email@example.com.
SRCH Institute I
SRCH Institute I – April 7th and 8th, 2015 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Portland, OR
SRCH Institute II
SRCH Institute II – June 23rd and 24th, 2015 at Mt. Bachelor Village in Bend, OR
- SRCH Institute II Final Presentation – This is the final presentation for the 2-day learning institute that includes ALL activity templates and guidance for SRCH Institute II.
- Improvement Plan for Process Data Collection and Measurement – These plans were reviewed in the ALL GRANTEES WEBINAR with Acumentra Health and will be very helpful for your data collection and measurement process in your SRCH work.
- Competencies and Roles Evaluation – This post-SRCH Institute II worksheet will help you to identify the necessary roles and competencies needed in order to implement your closed-loop referral plan and payment/reimbursement plan.
SRCH Institute III
SRCH Institute III – August 19 and 20, 2015 at Valley River Inn in Eugene, OR
Tools and Resources