What is CommuniCare?
CommuniCare is a new initiative that aims to improve access to community services, health, and equity by improving coordination and communication between service providers in Wyoming as a Community Information Exchange (CIE).
A Community Information Exchange (CIE) is a network of cross-sector partners who commit to sharing information and coordinating care with each other. Partners can access a variety of tools and Wyoming 211’s comprehensive resource database where they contribute to a single longitudinal client record, share information important to care, and make bi-directional, closed-loop referrals. As a result, their shared clients will have more efficient access to the care and support they need to improve their health and quality of life.
Levels of Participation
CommuniCare will provide three levels of participation to meet the unique needs of service organizations. Costs will vary and are hoped to be reduced through grant funding. See the chart for a brief summary of some of the functionality and benefits that will be included in each level of participation.
CIE Early Interest
If your organization is interested in becoming a member of CommuniCare and would like a Wyoming 211 representative to reach out with more information, click the interest from button below.
Development of CommuniCare is being guided by a Steering Committee of local providers composed of Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, Community Action of Laramie County, HealthWorks, Meals on Wheels, Recover Wyoming, United Way of Laramie County, UW Family Medicine, and Wyoming 211.
Wyoming 211 has also contracted with EMC Partners, LLC, to establish a collaborative approach to set the foundation for building a sustainable CIE. EMC Partners has significant experience in community collaborative building as well as with community information exchange models.