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Profile: Coordinated Care

A powerful partner across all our programs

Coordinated Care and CEO Jay Fathi, MD partner with Project Access Northwest in our Care Coordination, Primary Link and new Health Home programs.

“We are very excited to be bringing the Health Home Program to King and Snohomish counties. It empowers our patients to advocate for their own health while having the support of a caring, knowledgeable coordinator. Partnering with Project Access Northwest was an easy decision—they have been doing this type of work since their inception and they are experts in care coordination.”

—Jay Fathi, MD
CEO
Coordinated Care

As one of the state’s five managed care organizations, Coordinated Care serves more than 250,000 Washington residents, including children and young adults in the foster care system through Apple Health Core Connections. Though part of a large national corporation, Coordinated Care has a strong focus on serving the individual with a “whole person” approach and developing local partnerships to enable “meaningful, accessible health care.”

Project Access Northwest has partnered with Coordinated Care in many ways. We work with hundreds of their clients in our Care Coordination program annually, helping remove barriers to care that some Medicaid patients face. We will also be partnering with them in our Primary Link program—working hard to ensure that patients are getting the right care in the right location and that our emergency rooms are reserved for the most urgent issues. And now Coordinated Care is our first partner as we launch our Health Home Program.

“We are very excited to be bringing the Health Home Program to King and Snohomish counties. It empowers our patients to advocate for their own health while having the support of a caring, knowledgeable coordinator,” says Coordinated Care CEO Jay Fathi, MD. “Partnering with Project Access Northwest was an easy decision—they have been doing this type of work since their inception and they are experts in care coordination.”

Empowering people to manage and improve their own health aligns well with the missions and goals of both organizations.