Medi-Cal - Community Based Organizations (CBO) Partnership Development Sessions

Medi-Cal — CBO Partnership Development Network Information Session

 

With support from the California Health Care Foundation, HealthBegins, and Aurrera Health Group are launching the first phase of a Medi-Cal Community Based Organizations (CBO) Partnership Development Network, which will provide two state-wide, two regional and two county-specific technical assistance sessions to support partnerships between CBOs and Medi-Cal Managed Care Plans in order to increase access to Community Supports in our communities.

 

Our goal is to increase the readiness and capacity of California-based CBOs, especially those that serve and/or are led by BIPOC communities, to work with MCPs and support Medi-Cal beneficiaries. Watch this initial informational session to learn more about this project and how your CBO could get involved.

 

 

Medi-Cal — Community Based Organizations CBO Partnership Development Network Session #1

 

With support from the California Health Care Foundation, HealthBegins and Aurrera Health Group have launched a Medi-Cal Community Based Organization (CBO) Partnership Development Network in California. Through this effort, we hosted two state-wide, two regional, and two county-specific technical assistance sessions to support partnerships between CBOs and Medi-Cal Managed Care Plans (MCPs) in order to increase access to vital Community Supports in our communities. This is the first of two statewide sessions.

 

 

Medi-Cal CBO Partnership Development Network Statewide Session #2

 

With support from the California Health Care Foundation, HealthBegins and Aurrera Health Group have launched a Medi-Cal Community Based Organization (CBO) Partnership Development Network in California. Through this effort, we hosted two state-wide, two regional, and two county-specific technical assistance sessions to support partnerships between CBOs and Medi-Cal Managed Care Plans (MCPs) in order to increase access to vital Community Supports in our communities. This is the second of two statewide sessions.

 

 

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