yamhillcco.org

Community Information Exchange (CIE)

We are excited to share that in partnership with Unite Us, we are joining Connect Oregon to create a common infrastructure connecting health, human, and social service organizations.

Along with our many community partners, including you, we will expand the coordinated care network in Yamhill, Marion, Polk, and Washington Counties that connects community-based organizations, healthcare providers, and public agencies through Unite Us’ shared technology platform.  

Connect Oregon will allow us to enhance our collective, yet often siloed, work to address social needs that have an impact on individuals’ health and well-being across our counties.  

 

Need to learn more about CIE?

In order for this launch to be successful, we need your support! If you would like to learn more about this initiative, or if you are ready to become a partner, please join one of our virtual Information Sessions.

We will be holding county-specific events, but you are welcome to join any session. Please RSVP by clicking the date you can attend below. 

Wednesday March 23, 1:00pm – 2:00pm Information Session (Yamhill County) 

Thursday March 31, 1-2pm Statewide Informational Session  

Wednesday April 6  1:00pm – 2:00 pm Informational Session (Yamhill County) 

Tuesday April 12, 10am -11am Statewide Informational Session  

Wednesday April 20, 10:00am – 11:00am  Informational Session (Yamhill County)  (Yamhill County) 

 

Participation in the network is at no-cost for community-based organizations and most community health centers. Click here to learn more about how the network works and benefits to joining. The Unite Us team will be reaching out with further details on the upcoming events.  

 

If you still have questions after reviewing these materials, please email info@yamhillcco.org to connect with us!

CIE Video: This video has been provided by Unite Us, one of the CIE options in our state.

SHARE and CIE Power Point: This material has been shared in our CIE information sessions and can help folks to better understand the usefulness of CIE in our community.