2015-2014 News & Events


ma4 Navigator Announcement 2015

HCC’s Live Well Centers Expand to Buckner and Carrollton
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The Economic Impact of Health Care Collaborative of Rural Missouri

Live Well Community Health Centers Earns NCQA Recognition

Mobile Dental Unit
Population Health Management Summit Findings

Marketplace Coverage Initiative Evaluation
Medicaid Expansion in Missouri Breakfast

HCC to be a Key Partner in a $224,598 Engagement Award by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)
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Lafayette County Unsheltered Homeless Count Results
“Telehealth: Friend or Foe?” By Toniann Richard, Rural Health Innovations (Feb 26)
Rural Partnership Achieves Sustainable Outcomes by Leveraging Federal Funds: NHRA Rural Roads (Feb 22)
MARC Press Release: Marketplace health insurance enrollment tops 85,700 in Kansas City region (Feb 19)

Show-Me ECHO Dinner and Autism Presentation (Jan 29)
Point In Time Homeless Count Press Release (Jan 28)


HCC Encourages Small Modifications for Good Health

Local Program Impacts Healthier Life Choices
Pap Tests Best Defense Against Cervical Cancer
Dr. Gene McFadden Says He Has No Plans For Retirement

HCC Appoints Cathy Wallace as Director of Operations

HCC Annual Report: 2012-2013
Cover Missouri Adds Resources to Campaign in Advance of First Marketplace Enrollment Deadline
HCC Launches Community Resource Database, Creates Bilingual Web Site
Efforts of State Rep. Donna Lichtenegger’s Oral Health Issue Development Committee Help Push for Hiring State Dental Director

Our community-based programs include case management, counseling and assessment, health education, transportation, translation services, enrollment assistance, health and social care advocacy initiatives, access to primary care, and health IT.

HCC and its Community Health Centers serve all patients regardless of ability to pay. Discounts for essential services are offered based on family size and income. Schedule a visit: 660.259.2440.

After more than a decade and nearly 50 new employees later, it’s safe to say that the Lexington, MO-based HCC Network is a major player in Lafayette County and in rural health care in this region.

The focus of HCC is to develop and implement programs that are responsive to documented health needs of county residents, with specific health status indicators as benchmarks of progress.

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