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100% Health Coalition
The 100% Health Community Coalition is comprised of Lane County's hospitals, medical practitioners, safety net clinics, insurers, government agencies, private businesses, and non-profit organizations committed to improving the health of the community. With the health care system transformation, the Coalition has expanded its focus beyond access to look at the alignment of issues that impact the health of our community. The focus has shifted from just access to health care to include the broader social determinants of health. Click here for a list of our members.
The 100% Health Executive Committee is the health strategy leadership team of United Way of Lane County. The Executive Committee, and the broader Coalition, is responsible for the development of and guiding the implementation of a vision for 100% Health and the United Way of Lane County’s Strategic Health Goals.
“100% Health is unique, aspirational, and succinct. It distinguishes us from the other community health initiatives across the state and country. It is broad, inclusive, and can speak to many different aspects of the work and communicates that we want 100% representation from the community and 100% health for community members.”
Rachel Burdon, Manager Community Health
1) Assuring access to healthcare for all Lane County residents
2) Providing guidance and direction for the Lane County Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) and Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP)
3) Assuring successful implementation of United Way strategic efforts influenced by the healthcare delivery systems of our community
100% Access Healthcare Coalition Rebrands and Expands Work
Originally convened as a result of United Way's 2004 Community Needs Assessment, 100% Access focused on health care, affordable medications and health insurance as the top three needs of all people regardless of socioeconomic status, age, or geography. The Affordable Care Act has changed the landscape of community health needs in Lane County. As a result, the 100% Access Healthcare Coalition undertook a rebrand of its Coalition and expanded its body of work as 100% Health Community Coalition.
With the health care system transformation, the Coalition has expanded its focus beyond access to look at the alignment of issues that impact the health of our community. The focus has shifted from just access to health care to include the broader social determinants of health. In April 2015, the Coalition changed its name from 100% Access Healthcare Coalition to 100% Health Community Coalition.
Health Goal for 2020:
By 2020, the healthcare needs of Lane County’s most vulnerable residents will be met through the community’s system(s) of care.
Between 2007 and 2010 the Safety Net Clinics, partners and members of the 100% Access Coalition, achieved the original 2020 goal of “connecting 15,000 un-or under-insured people to basic health care” for our community. Safety Net Clinics provided care to 42,272 patients in 2010, a 60% increase since 2007.
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