The Southwest Washington Accountable Community of Health (SW ACH) is dedicated to improving the health of the populations of Clark and Skamania counties by decreasing health disparities, improving the efficiency of health care delivery, and empowering individuals and their communities through collaboration, innovation, and engagement.
Great news! The five-year Medicaid Transformation Demonstration (MTD)
has been approved by the federal government.
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“Healthier Washington” is the term for the Washington state initiative aimed at transforming health care so that people experience better health and receive better, more affordable care by 2020.WA State’s initiative »
ACHs are charged with undertaking projects aimed at improving the health of those who live in our regions. The MTD will require us to choose a minimum of four projects.Learn more »
We are governed by a Board of Trustees comprised of knowledgeable and dedicated voices in our region.
We are grateful for their collective knowledge.
A: The contact info for the Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) Customer Service Center is as follows:
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday (except state holidays)
Other numbers that may be of use are:
Community Health Plan Washington: 1-866-418-1009
Molina Healthcare: 1-800-869-7165
Coordinated Care Core Connections (foster youth, foster-to-adopt, foster alumni): 1-844-354-9876
Beacon Health Options (Crisis Services for Southwest WA): 1-800-626-8137
A: We include Clark and Skamania counties, as well as the Tribal Nation of Cowlitz.
A: Southwest Washington Accountable Community of Health is funded by the Health Care Authority and CMS (the US federal agency which administers Medicare, Medicaid, and the State Children's Health Insurance Program) as well as by community stakeholders.