Community Care Coordination – Pathways HUB

Elevate Health Celebrates Pathways Community HUB Second Anniversary

April 10, 2020

Our Pathways Community HUB Model is celebrating its second anniversary! Learn about our model, the Pathways Community HUB programs we offer, successes of 2019 and milestones we’ve celebrated along the way. We could not have reached this milestone without the support of our partners in Pierce County. We are grateful to each of them and for their continued collaboration.

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Care Coordinator Guidelines for Community Visits During COVID-19

March 12, 2020

We have a duty to provide optimal support and risk management protocols staff working within people’s homes or within a community setting for our Care Continuum Network. To support these vital team members, we’ve developed a policy and guidelines to help ensure everyone’s personal protection and safety, as well as provide safeguards and steps to take in order to stop the potential spread of infectious diseases such as the current COVID-19 pandemic.

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Join the Pathways Advisory Workgroup

January 8, 2020

We have new vacancies on the Pathways Advisory Workgroup and are in search of new members. The PAW is tasked with providing oversight and accountability to Pierce County residents. The Pathways model is unique in that services are coordinated through a single tracking system, allowing for the identification and elimination of duplicate services and the improvement of health outcomes across a defined service area and population.

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Ash Martinez Recognized with the 2019 Community Health Worker of the Year Award

December 12, 2019

Congratulations to Ash Martinez, Community Health Worker with HopeSparks Family Support Services, who is the 2019 Elevate Health Community Health Worker of the Year Award winner. This award highlights a Community Health Worker who goes above and beyond their duties of service to the Pathways Community HUB program (HUB) ensuring equitable access to services for individuals in our community.

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