Member Advisory Opportunities
Members can join the Senior Caucus or a Leadership Advisory Group, and attend public Board of Trustee meetings. See Member Participation at Group Health Cooperative (PDF).
Leadership Advisory Groups
Leadership Advisory Groups (LAGs) are regional groups that provide feedback to Group Health administrative leaders about Group Health's products, programs, processes, and services. LAGs meet up to four times per year.
LAG members are mostly Group Health members who are insured by employer group or individual/family group plans and are still actively employed. Some LAG members are recent retirees who serve on community boards or commissions, and some LAGs have one or two members who are not Group Health members but are interested in health care issues in their communities.
There are four LAGs:
- Downtown (Seattle)
- East King County
- Pierce County
For more information, contact Governance Services at 206-448-2080, toll-free at 1-800-252-3305, ext. 12, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Senior Caucus provides input to Group Health trustees, medical staff, managers, and other staff on timely topics. Caucus membership is open to all adults who receive their health care at Group Health, but it is particularly relevant to those aged 60 years and older. There are no fees or dues associated with membership.
Board of Trustees Meetings
Public Board of Trustees meetings, held a few times a year, include an open microphone session where members can address the Board on all matters except those related to personal health care.
Standing Nominating Committee
The Standing Nominating Committee (SNC) is responsible for nominating Cooperative members for election to the Group Health Board of Trustees and for setting trustee compensation. The committee is composed of nine Group Health members and the chair is elected by the voting membership to serve a three-year term.