COHE Advisors

How do I enroll a COHE advisor?

COHEs recruit and develop a pool of mentors or peer advisors. This group of provider advisors is a resource for COHE Attending Providers in the Program (APPs) and for COHE Health Services Coordinators (HSCs). Each COHE will have a pool of advisors from various clinical specialties.

COHE advisors can participate in a variety of ways including any or all of the following:

  • Accept referrals for consultations from COHE providers.
  • Training of COHE Attending Providers.
  • Advise and mentor COHE attending providers through case conferencing.
  • Special COHE program tasks including committee meetings and quality improvement efforts. 

The COHE advisor role is not limited to only Attending Providers, but also welcomes specialty and consulting providers.

The COHE advisor does not contract directly with the COHE but is required to fill out a supplemental COHE advisor application with L&I in order to use advisor-specific billing codes.

As part of the application process, the COHE Medical or Project Director must write a recommendation for each COHE advisor as an outstanding practitioner. The COHE forwards the application packet to their L&I contract manager for approval.

How do I disenroll a COHE advisor?

The COHE is required to keep their advisor pool current. If the COHE needs to disenroll an advisor, COHE staff should complete the disenrollment form and submit it to their L&I contract manager.

How do I manage a COHE advisor program?

The COHE Medical Director leads the COHE advisor program, and should have regular meetings with the team.

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