COVID-19 and Vaccine Information
Masks are still required in healthcare settings per CDC and state health department guidelines.
Cascadia CCA helps patients get the right care, in the right place and at the right time. Seeing providers that are part of the program means you have more support. This includes:
Sign up online for additional no-cost health care services, or call 1-800-633-4227.
Discover what we’ve done so far and learn about more benefits coming soon.
To bridge gaps in care, several provider groups have come together to form an accountable care organization (ACO). This new entity is called Cascadia Community Care Alliance. Working with Medicare, it offers coordinated care and improved benefits for people who qualify.
Cascadia CCA includes PeaceHealth Medical Group, independent community providers, skilled nursing homes and home health agencies. Our goal is to help participants stay healthy and smoothly transition between home and the hospital when necessary. We also offer care navigation, support services and access to home health care when patients need it.
It's important to know that all patients have the freedom to choose to take part in this or any ACO. See below for a list of the provider entities that are part of Cascadia CCA.
For more information, call 1-833-838-6307, or contact the PeaceHealth System Director of Post-Acute Care, Daleasha Hall.
|Quality Measures Performance|
Medicare measures participating organizations on their performance in hospital readmissions and unplanned admissions. In the first performance year, we achieved the following results:
ACR: Risk-Standardized, All-Condition Readmission
|Shared Savings Information|