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Resources for Integrated Care Webinar: Recruiting Members and Supporting Participation in Plan Governance

February 15, 2019

Tuesday, March 5, 2019, 12:30 to 2:00 PM ET

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Member engagement in plan governance plays a significant role in shaping the development and refinement of plan policies and procedures that address the needs, preferences, and values of members and their families and caregivers. The first webinar of this series covered engaging members in governance and the positive impact their engagement can have on plans.

This webinar will focus on recruiting members who represent diverse experiences and supporting member participation to ensure feedback is robust and useful. Specifically, it will share strategies for recruiting members who have the capacity, skills, time, and motivation to engage in governance activities. It will provide promising practices for supporting members to overcome barriers to regular and meaningful participation.

Speakers will provide lessons from their work recruiting, supporting, and training members of various governance bodies, including advisory councils and governing boards. Individual members will share first-hand experiences, offering insights on how to identify, motivate, and support people with complex health and social needs.

Featured Speakers

  • Ken Pariseau, Member Experience Advisor, Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island
  • Deanne Gagne, Consumer Member, Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island Advisory Committee
  • MaCayla Arsenault, Project Coordinator, Central Oregon Health Council
  • Linda McCoy, Consumer Member and Chair, Central Oregon Health Council Advisory Council


Registration is required to receive the webinar information. Visit the webinar information page to sign up, view CE credit information, and learn more.

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