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As the Accountable Community of Health (ACH) of Pierce County, we are charged with transforming the healthcare delivery system to ensure everyone in our diverse community has access to whole-person care. Our work, in collaboration with our partners, initiates a ripple effect through the entire system. We are creating models for sustainable change that can be scaled and spread, linking health and human services.

Elevate Health Selected as a DASH Mentor to Improve Community Health

December 4, 2019

Elevate Health has been selected by Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH), a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, to serve as one of six “Mentors” that are helping local collaborations advance their efforts to share and use multi-sector data to improve community health.

Learn how you can apply to be mentored by Elevate Health for DASH by visiting dashconnect.org/mentor-program and submit your application by December 23, 2019.

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Pierce County ACH Rebrands as Elevate Health

August 20, 2019

As part of our continued evolution, we are excited to share that we have changed our name to Elevate Health!

Just as when we started as Pierce County Accountable Community of Health (PCACH), our strategies continue to focus on regional priorities for improving community health. With blended and braided resources, our innovations and transformational solutions have the ability to scale and spread so community health is sustainable.

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January 2019 Update from the CEO

January 24, 2019

Dear Elevate Health board members, community councils, stakeholders and staff: We are almost through the first month of the year and I am eager to share updates on our work…

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Ready. Set. Go.

January 22, 2019

2019 marks an exciting period of transition for Elevate Health as it implements plan for transformation. The pieces are in place. The partners are on board. Now, it’s time to…

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Orlando Observations

January 18, 2019

In December, five Pierce County ACH representatives traveled to Orlando, Florida, to attend the annual Institute for Health Care Improvement (IHI) National Forum. The team joined 5,000 health professionals from 56 countries to exchange ideas with peers…

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