Accountable Communities for Health unite local leaders in the common cause of improving health
Accountable Communities for Health (ACH) is a groundbreaking vehicle for collaboration across multiple sectors to address critical community health issues. It redefines our local health system to extend beyond traditional institutions like hospitals and health plans. It brings together clinical providers with public health departments, schools, social service agencies, community organizations, and others, in a collective effort to make a community healthier.Read More
Stakeholders in regions across California are embracing the promise of the ACH and are actively engaged in efforts to make it a reality. CACHI supports a total of 13 communities throughout California to promote ACHs as a new business model for health.Learn More
The California Accountable Communities for Health Initiative (CACHI) is a public-private partnership established to realize a more forward-looking approach to building a healthier California.Learn More
When multiple institutions across varying sectors work in alignment, we create better health outcomes for everyone
Everyone, irrespective of where they live, should have an opportunity to be healthy.
Partnerships enable the best use of public and private resources by driving dollars towards the most impactful health solutions.
Prevention is proven to be the best long term strategy to improve community health.