Rural Health Network of Oswego County
It is the Mission of the Rural Health Network of Oswego County to facilitate partnerships and planning that contribute to a healthy and thriving Oswego County.
Optimal individual and community health and wellness through accessible, efficient, and coordinated health and human service delivery systems.
Executive Committee: The Executive Committee is a participatory body that serves as the decision making body of the network and establishes strategic goals, establishes vision and mission, exercises fiduciary responsibility of shared resources and provides direction for the network. This committee has the ability to organize additional sub-committees (standing and ad-hoc) as required to meet defined Network outcomes.
Coordinated Services Committee: The Coordinated Services Committee of the Rural Health Network is primarily responsible for the development of a centralized coordination model that links health, behavioral health, and human service organizations participating in an Integrated Delivery System.
Informatics Committee: The Informatics Committee will assess and provide guidance of informatics systems relating to patient care. The committee will primarily be responsible for data collection, analysis, and reporting infrastructure that allows the network to monitor outcomes, evaluate interventions and assess network operations.
Corporate Compliance Committee: The Group of local organizations interested in sharing best practices, policies, compliance plans, and lessons from the field of Corporate Compliance, Privacy, and HIPAA/HITECH compliance.
Caring Community Advocates of Oswego County: A group of local organizations interested in meeting the needs of older adults in our county, focusing on the areas of wellness and quality of life.
Rural Immersion for Medical Students
Oswego County Health Department: (315)349-3547
Oswego Health - Community Health Education: (315)349-5513
A valuable resource to people working to promote health in Central New York
Central New York Care Collaborative
The CNYCC is the Central New York Care Collaborative, a collaboration betweeen more than 300 (and growing daily) healthcare and community based service providers located throughout a ten county (Cayuga, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, and Oswego) region in Upstate Central New York.
Health Homes of Upstate New York
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