The North Sound ACH is governed by a Board of Directors, which has several key committees that are open to non-Board members. We have an Interest Form that allows you to identify where you see yourself playing a role.
Under the leadership of the North Sound ACH Board of Directors, the Program Council provides planning and policy oversight to ensure focus and direction of programs and services. This Council will set strategy, assuring that outcome measures, and value based performance metrics address systemic and/or policy barriers, and work to reduce disparities. The Board of Directors is the final authority for approving Program Council recommendations to ensure fidelity to North Sound ACH mission and financial feasibility. You can find a list of current Board members here.
Program Council members should expect to spend between 5 -10 hours per month on Council work. You can find a list of current Program Council members here.
The Program Council has chartered Project-specific Work Groups. These Work Groups – where the discussions about work on the ground occur – will take 10-20 hours per month through mid-summer. The Work Groups include subject matter experts, program and operations leaders, and individuals whose lives are/will be impacted by the projects/policies under discussion. Current Work Groups include Opioids, Behavioral and Physical Health Integration, Reproductive and Maternal and Child Health, Oral Health, Care Coordination, and Chronic Disease.
If you are interested please send an email to Tiffany Edlin.