Partnership Council & Committees

The All Hands Health Network (AHHN) Partnership Council serves as an advisory council to ensure that the InCK implementation remains true to the vision articulated in the partnership council charter.


This graphic illustrates the organization of the Partnership Council, which is comprised of four committees:

  1. IT/Data Exchange Committee
  2. Clinical Quality
  3. Finance Committee
  4. Engagement & Communication


  • Cares Line
  • Catholic Charities 
  • Chicago Department of Public Health 
  • Chicago Public Schools 
  • Community Counseling Centers of Chicago (C4) 
  • Division of Specialized Care for Children (DSCC) 
  • Greater Chicago Food Depository 
  • Illinois Association of Medicaid Health Plans 
  • Lutheran Social Services of Illinois 
  • Metropolitan Family Services 
  • PCC Community Wellness Center
  • Youth Outreach Services 
  • Parents from the community 
  • Build, Inc
  • Iglesia Evangelica Emmanuel Church 
  • Onward Neighborhood House
  • Lively Stone MB Church 
  • Northwest Center


Clinical Quality Committee - meets every 3rd Wednesday at 11 a.m.

The Clinical Quality Committee will oversee performance on clinical and social metrics of the AHHN program. This committee will play an advisory role to the Partnership Council in identifying potential quality improvement initiatives to improve AHHN performance in areas identified for improvement.

Finance Committee - meets every 2nd Wednesday at 1 p.m.

The Finance Committee will be responsible for monitoring the financial performance of the AHHN program and advising the Partnership Council on strategies to improve financial performance of the network. This committee will play a key role in the development of the Alternative Payment Model and advising on criteria for the distribution of any shared savings achieved under the AHHN program. 

Engagement & Communications Committee - meets every other month on the 2nd Friday

The Communications and Engagement Committee advises the Partnership Council and AHHN project team on strategies to increase enrollment and engagement from youth and families in the service area, advising on communications with external stakeholders, and increasing involvement and engagement from organizations serving the population within the community.