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Health Management

Programs to help you meet your health goals

Community Health Network of Washington (CHNW) works with you to meet your individual health goals. Our approach uses clinical and evidence-based guidelines, which means they have been tested and shown to be helpful.

Sometimes, your health needs are best met with community resources like access to food or shelter. CHNW has regional experts across the state who can guide you to resources near you.

Health management with CHNW isn’t a replacement for the relationship between you and your care providers. Instead, we support communication between you and doctors, as well as coordination between providers, so you get the care you need.

Which health management program is right for me?

We have many different programs to help our members manage their health. If you aren’t sure which one best meets your needs, contact customer service. We’ll be happy to help.

Case Management

Case management addresses your individual health care needs, from food security to helping you get in to see your doctor.

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Health Coaching Program

Health coaching is available to members who have been diagnosed with asthma, COPD, heart failure, or diabetes. If you have one of these conditions, health coaching can help you manage your symptoms.

➔ Learn more about the Health Coaching Program

Utilization Management

Utilization Management is a review process that makes sure you are getting appropriate care.

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Community Programs

If you’re having trouble meeting basic needs, our Community Programs team can help. They can connect you with local resources for food, housing, job training, and more.

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Ensuring Continuity of Care

It’s important to maintain your general level of health and care. If you experience times where you are unable to get reliable care or have trouble accessing basic needs, our team can help connect you to the necessary resources. We make sure there are no interruptions in the care you receive or with the prescription medications you take. We can refer you to additional resources to address your whole health needs. These can include:

  • Case Managers
  • Transportation and Interpreter Services
  • Regional Support Networks for mental health services
  • Substance Use Disorder services
  • Aging and Disability Services, including home and community-based services
  • Skilled nursing facilities and community-based residential programs
  • Department of Health and Local Health Jurisdiction services


Stay on Top of Your Prescriptions

Woman grabbing a prescriptionDid you know that certain prescription medicines are available as a 90-day supply? Medicine that you take on a long-term basis to manage your health is called a “maintenance drug.” A 90-day supply makes it easier to keep taking the medicine you need to feel your best. You may also be eligible to receive your long-term medications through free home delivery.