Community Health Worker Supervisor
The Outreach, Enrollment, and Assistance (OEA) team assists clients with applying for health coverage and navigating the health system to access care. The Community Health Worker (CHW) Supervisor reports to the OEA Program Manager and will manage a team of CHWs. This position requires a flexible, self-directed leader adept at change management who pays great attention to detail, communicates clearly and respectfully, and is resourceful. A certified CHW with CHW supervisory experience is preferred.
Full-time / starting salary $26.44 – 29.08 / hr / generous benefits package
Premium Assistance Program Manager
This position is key to the organization, managing the Premium Assistance Program that assists clients with health insurance premiums and out-of-pocket costs to improve access to health care services. Candidates with experience in Oregon Health Plan (OHP) and the Health Insurance Marketplace are strongly preferred.
Full-time / starting salary $58,000 / generous benefits package
Regional Care Coordinator
The Classic (Coordinated Care) Program works with hospital systems, specialty providers, and clinics located in the Portland Metropolitan area to connect uninsured clients to donated care. The Classic Regional Care Coordinator I position works directly with clients, clinic staff, volunteer providers, and internal staff to facilitate access to healthcare.
Full-time / salary $45,500 – $50,050 / generous benefits package
It is with great excitement we share that we have moved our office from the West Burnside location near Providence Park to the Liberty Building on NE Holladay in the Lloyd District. We were fortunate to find office space that we will collaboratively share with Comagine Health – an opportunity for our non-profits to learn with and from each other.
Last week our team entered a hybrid model of work both in the new space and at home; we are excited to be safely hosting Board and partner meetings in person as well.
Please come visit! Proof of vaccination required.
PANOW funded by CDC for second vaccine award
Recently, PANOW was awarded a second year of funding from the CDC Foundation Partnering for Vaccine Equity program. The project aims to build a national network of partners working to improve health equity among disproportionately affected populations.
PANOW was one of five organizations awarded in Oregon and will use funds to create informational media that connects diverse audiences to health care and services.
PANOW Joins Cost Growth Target Advisory Committee
We are thrilled to share our Director of Finance and Operations Director, Greg Sutliff, will be joining the advisory committee of the Oregon Health Policy Board aimed at ensuring Oregon’s healthcare costs are contained. Given PANOW’s expertise ensuring folks get insured, have premiums paid, and/or access donated resources has meant not only continuity of care and stable coverage for our clients, but cost savings for the systems as folks utilize the emergency department and hospital services less. We are excited our community-based perspective will help inform policy decisions.
Data Dashboard: January-March 2022
Classic Care Coordination
- 2,343 individuals served (valued at $720,824)
Outreach, Enrollment, and Access
- 626 individuals enrolled in health insurance
27,015 reached via community outreach
- 465 individuals enrolled (valued at $168,576 in premiums paid)
C3 Community Assistance Program
- 3,463 individuals served via 6,926 unique services
- $1.2M in services provided
Carly Hood-Ronick, MPA, MPH