Photo taken by Jim Brekke.
The Center for Community Health (CCH) is a collaborative between public health agencies, non-profit health plans, and not-for-profit hospital/health systems in the seven-county metropolitan area in Minnesota.
Our collaborative of health plans, hospitals, and public health agencies will share data and processes to identify health needs and implement innovative approaches to advance community health, well-being, and equity.
A healthy and thriving Twin Cities metro area population achieved through collaboration, data sharing, and collective action.
CCH Guiding Principles
Our work will focus on what can be done across all three sectors
Our level of engagement will reflect our respective priorities and capacity
Members will be clear about who they are representing when contributing opinions and ideas
Our work will be data driven
We will strive for efficiency and avoid added work
Our efforts should add value to our work
We will avoid areas that might raise antitrust concerns, such as reimbursement matters and payor/provider relationships
Membership in the CCH does not preclude members from doing individual work in their own sectors, and
We will strive to create/achieve health equity