Curry County Launches Network of Care for Public Health – A Community-Based Web Site to Enhance Health Decision-Making
November 4, 2011
Network of Care
GOLD BEACH, Ore. – The Curry County Commission on Children & Families, with support from Curry County Health & Human Services and the Curry Health Network, has launched an innovative, local-delivery Web portal to enhance health decision-making by providing community stakeholders, families and individuals with key health data and resources in an easy-to-read format. The Curry County Network of Care for Public Health (http://curry.or.networkofcare.org/ph/home/index.cfm) provides a directory of all health services; a leading health library and encyclopedia; social networking; legislative tools; nationwide news; personal health records, and much more.
Service providers can share public-health challenges and ideas by embracing Curry County’s Network of Care for Public Health communication tools, such as the Social Network of Care and community calendars. Service providers can even build their own free Web sites in the For Providers section.
The Network of Care for Healthy Communities is a partnership between the National Association of Counties; the National Association of City and County Health Officials, and Trilogy Integrated Resources, in collaboration with the Healthy Communities Institute.
To increase accessibility and accommodate Curry County's Network of Care for Healthy Communities users, the site’s innovative technology provides near-universal access, regardless of literacy or income level, to Web-based services through a text-only version of the site and other adaptive technologies. The site is fully ADA-compliant. Curry County Network of Care for Public Health also is available in multiple languages.
Trilogy Integrated Resources LLC of San Rafael, Calif., created, developed and maintains the Network of Care for Public Health and Healthy Communities and all of the other Network of Care Web sites, including the Network of Care for Seniors & People with Disabilities; the Network of Care for Kids (ages 0-5); the Network of Care for Children & Families (ages 0-18); the Network of Care for Developmental Disabilities; the Network of Care for Domestic Violence; the Network of Care for Probation Services; the Network of Care for Mental/Behavioral Health and the Network of Care for Service Members, Veterans & Their Families. Trilogy, the leading information provider in the field of social services, serves 25 states via the Network of Care. For more information, please contact Trilogy at 415-458-5900 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.