C-WHO NEWS

Thriving, Not Just Surviving

Think back to a year ago… can you believe what has changed? While we have faced many, many challenges, we at C-WHO are proud of what all the community has been able to weather. Things have changed immensely but we are looking forward to moving into the future with you and your organizations to not only survive these changes but also thrive.

Telehealth Idaho Independent Provider Integration Network (TIIPIN)

As we adapt to new practice environments, C-WHO has launched a local network of telehealth providers focused on addressing critical gaps in behavioral health services, particularly in rural areas. There is currently a variety of grant and contract proposals in progress to support this work through technical assistance, platform implementation, data analysis, and patient referral management. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Megan at MeganPG@C-WHO.org.

National Attention for LGBTQ+ Care Model

C-WHO’s partnership with the Cambia Foundation and Valor Health to improve the care environment for LGBTQ+ community members in rural areas is receiving national attention. C-WHO will be presenting the care model and process at the upcoming National Rural Health Association meeting. Interested in learning more? Registration is available here.

IIBHN Conference is Coming!

The fourth annual IIBHN Conference, Serving Our Health Neighborhood, is planned for 2021 in Boise, Idaho. We are adapting to 2021 by offering virtual and hybrid registration. Save the date for Series 1(virtual only) May 6-7th, Series 2 (hybrid) July 8-9th, Series 3 (hybrid) Sept. 17-18th. You can earn up to 40 CME/CEUs by attending all 3 series. Keep your eye out for an email next week about early registration.  Learn More about IIBHN here.

Upcoming Events and Training

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