LORHN coordinates tailored Coordinated Care Panels in each of the rural communities within the network. These Coordinated Care Panels are tailored to each unique area to respond to any of the network’s commonly voiced needs, assisting rural residents with knowing services available in their area and how to access the services. A range of participants are invited to attend, including but not limited to: primary care physicians, dental providers, behavioral health providers, transportation vendors, United Way, 211, and other social service providers. In addition, Certified Assistance Counselors will be on site to answer questions about the Affordable Care Act, and other coverage options, and provide onsite navigation and enrollment as needed. KEPRO’s Quality Improvement Organization will also be available to discuss their free advocacy services for Medicare recipients.