Our Members Are Simplifying Neighborhood Care

Our Members
Are Simplifying Neighborhood Care



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Our Mission


Our members are developing a new system of care that simplifies coordination between local agencies.

We call it the Neighborhood Health System.


Care Coordination before the Neighborhood Health System

Care Coordination before the Neighborhood Health System

Care Coordination after the Neighborhood Health System

Care Coordination after the Neighborhood Health System

Care Coordination before the Neighborhood Health System

Fragmented Care

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Care Coordination after the Neighborhood Health System

Fully Integrated Care

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Fragmented Care

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Fully Integrated Care

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Our Services


Health Commons Project helps your community set up, scale, and sustain the Neighborhood Health System.

We offer four highly integrated ways to help your community organize and connect your existing care services.


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Learning Network

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Professional
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Connection to the Commons IT Network

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Connection to Community Investors


Member Benefits


We make care coordination easier and more efficient, so our members can focus on serving their neighbors.

Here’s a success story from one of our member communities, the Kittitas County Health Network:



  • Jerry is 42, lives alone, and struggles with a brain injury from a car accident.

  • For two years, Jerry called 9-1-1 frequently for help with anxiety and mobility issues.

  • Then, a new service routed him to a Multidisciplinary Care Team that helped simplify and personalize his care.

  • The Care Team learned that Jerry had feelings of shame due to his drinking the night of the car accident.

  • Connected with the right services, Jerry shared his story with a safe driving education program.

  • Jerry’s story had a powerful impact on the students and Jerry discovered new self-worth.

  • The coordinated services brought Jerry out of isolation and today, he rarely calls 911.

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Jerry is 42, lives alone, and struggles with a brain injury from a car accident.

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For two years, Jerry called 9-1-1 frequently for help with anxiety and mobility issues.

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Then, a new service routed him to a Multidisciplinary Care Team that helped simplify and personalize his care.

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The Care Team learned that Jerry had feelings of shame due to his drinking the night of the car accident.

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Connected with the right services, Jerry shared his story with a safe driving education program.

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Jerry’s story had a powerful impact on the students and Jerry discovered new self-worth.

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The coordinated services brought Jerry out of isolation and today, he rarely calls 911.



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