Inland Empire Coordinated Care Initiative Advisory Committee
To engage stakeholders in the Coordinated Care Initiative, we have created the Inland Empire Coordinated Care Stakeholder Advisory Committee.
The goal of the committee is to maximize information exchange both to and from the community. This community includes key providers, county agencies, and non-profit community agencies serving people with Medicare and Medi-Cal.
The following organizations will make up the advisory committee:
- County Agencies
- In-home Support Services (IHSS)
- Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP)
- Behavioral/Mental Health
- Community Based Adult Services (CBAS)
- IHSS Public Authority
- Independent Living Centers
- Disability Advocacy Organizations
IEHP will also utilize three existing stakeholder workgroups, including the Inland Empire Disability Collaborative (IEDC), the Provider Advisory Committee (PAC), and the Persons with Disabilities Workgroup (PDW), and a new member advisory group called the Public Policy Participation Committee (PPPC) for Dual Eligibles. Stakeholder’s feedback from the IEDC, PAC, PDW and PPPC for Dual Eligibles will be presented to the Inland Empire Coordinated Care Stakeholder Advisory Committee and vice versa.
- March 26, 2019
- June 25, 2019
- September 24, 2019
- November 19, 2019
550 E Hospitality Lane
San Bernardino, Ca 92408
1:30pm to 4:30pm
Inland Empire Disability Collaborative (IEDC)
Community based organizations who serve seniors and people with disabilities have extraordinary missions, dedicated staff, and valuable resources — but they can only provide some of the support an individual needs. For seniors and people with disabilities, navigating services and resources from different organizations across a widespread geographic area can be a challenge and often overwhelming. They often miss the opportunity to receive the full-scope of services from the resources available in their area. Creating the Inland Empire Disabilities Collaborative (IEDC) helped decrease the problem of fragmented resources. By joining forces, organizations who serve seniors and people with disabilities have developed a strong relationship with each other and the community they serve.
To promote equal opportunity, universal access, and full participation of people with disabilities in all aspects of life.
About the IEDC
Launched as a networking tool in February of 2006, the IEDC currently brings together over 540 members from regional organizations. This joint effort has allowed the IEDC to promote equal opportunity and universal access for seniors and people with disabilities.
EventsThe IEDC hosts monthly meetings at IEHP and partners to host events that benefit the community at large. To become a member of the IEDC or attend an event visit www.iedisabilitiescollaborative.org