About Care Compass Network

Care Compass Network (CCN) is a not-for-profit, community organization that supports the transformation of health care delivery through the development and convening of strong and resilient partnerships, the coordination of care, and the reduction of health care expenses.

CCN convenes and collaborates with over 165 partner organizations, which include hospital systems, social care/ human services providers, nursing homes, behavioral health and substance use disorder programs, social services agencies, and higher education systems.


Our Mission

The mission of Care Compass Network (CCN) is to improve the health and well-being of the community members in the CCN service area by supporting the development of enduring partnerships of clinical and community service providers and empowering those partnerships to flourish in a value-based payment environment.


Our Vision

By 2025, CCN envisions a care delivery environment that is more collaborative and better structured to deliver services that are integrated and coordinated around a person’s needs. CCN will advance the transformation to supportive systems of care as a:

  • Convener of stakeholders
  • Provider of services for network formation and operations
  • Catalyst for innovation

Together, CCN and its stakeholders are committed to service delivery that improves the health and well-being of our communities.


Community Health Needs Assessment

In order to get a full representation of the healthcare marketplace in the Care Compass Network region, RMS, an independent market research firm, conducted a 3-tier qualitative and quantitative market research study comprised of:

      1. An online survey shared with healthcare providers, community leaders across many organizations, and the general community.
      2. In-depth telephone interviews with healthcare providers and community leaders.
      3. Focus groups across the counties with recruited community residents.

To learn more about the research, review the Community Health Assessment Report