The Community Advisory Council (CAC) is responsible for identifying and advocating for preventive care practices, oversight of the Regional Health Assessment (RHA), planning to reduce health disparities, and improve the overall health of the communities served by the CCO. The CAC includes health care consumer members of the CCO as well as representatives of public and private agencies that serve CCO members. Consumer representatives constitute a majority of the CAC membership.
The COHC Operations Council (OPS) is chartered by the Central Oregon Health Council (COHC) Board of Directors to promote and facilitate accessible, affordable, quality health services including mental, behavioral, oral, and physical health for Central Oregon residents. OPS is charged with providing strategic, fiduciary, and operational advice to the COHC in an effort to design and implement key initiatives to meet the goals and objectives of the COHC.
The Provider Engagement Panel (PEP), formerly known as the Clinical Advisory Panel, is a committee housed within the Central Oregon Health Council (COHC) and governed by the COHC’s Bylaws. The PEP provides a highly valued clinical perspective to the work of the COHC. Providers on the PEP represent a variety of healthcare organizations that serve the OHP population.