Are you — or someone you know — passionate about building a Community Information Exchange (CIE) to advance health equity and strengthen care coordination in King County, WA?
The Connect2 Community Network Advisory Group is currently recruiting to fill twelve (12) open seats.
Apply today to help guide this work for our region!
The Advisory Group is currently recruiting to fill the following seats:
- At large
- Consumer/community coalition
- Corporate/philanthropic foundation or community benefit
- Hospital/health system
- Information & referral provider
- Native-serving/Native-led community-based organization
- Private insurer
- Social service support or delivery organization*
- Representation from Tribal Nations and American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN)-serving organizations in King County, initially reserved for the Snoqualmie and Muckleshoot Tribes
- Tribal data specialist
- Urban Indian Health Board
*** Organizations may include, but are not limited to, expertise in housing, homelessness, food security, employment and/or navigation services** If unable to participate, seat may be filled with another AI/AN-serving health organization or provider
Learn More & Apply
Click here for information about Advisory Group membership, responsibilities, and selection criteria. All applications are due February 28th, 2023. Click here to apply or contact Christina Hulet for more information.
About Connect2 Community Network
The Connect2 Community Network is a cross-sector collaborative in King County, Washington. Its goal is to strengthen the coordination of care for those in need by connecting people, service organizations, and community partners more quickly and more effectively – resulting in a healthier, more equitable community for all. It is serving as the Community Information Exchange (CIE) for King County. Watch our short introduction video.
About the Advisory Group
The Connect2 Community Network is collaboratively governed by a multi-sector Advisory Group. This group is responsible for overseeing design, implementation and sustainability of the network, with support from cross-sector workgroups and guidance from the community. The Advisory Group meets monthly to guide design and implementation. Currently, the Advisory Group is recruiting to fill 12 open seats, with 5 reserved for Tribal entities and organizations. Tribal representation is crucial to steer the network Tribal data sovereignty, in recognition that Tribal Nations and Indigenous people have the right to govern the collection, ownership, and application of their own data. The Connect2 Community Network worked closely with HealthierHere’s Indigenous Nations Committee to establish the composition of these seats.
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