The Chautauqua County Health Network (CCHN) is dedicated to strengthening the local health and wellness delivery system in Chautauqua County, and advancing the interests of hospitals and patients by:
Strengthening the economic viability of hospitals
Promoting access to quality health care related services
Facilitating partnerships in addressing community health needs
Planning for the efficient delivery of care
Developing appropriate health resources
From its early beginnings in 1995 to the present, the CCHN story is one of successful collaborations, multiple initiatives and projects, diverse funding sources and a focus on creating policies, systems and environmental changes that help create a healthier community. CCHN is comprised of the four hospital organizations, their governing boards and medical staff and is known for its proactive approach and participation in cutting edge projects as described throughout this site. CCHN also has two sister-organizations, the Integrated Delivery System (IDS) and Chautauqua Region Associated Medical Partners (AMP). Together, CCHN, IDS, and AMP are attempting to create a model system of health care that provides access to quality services and meets the needs of consumers as well as providers. We are redesigning processes to embrace care coordination and realign services to achieve cost savings.