What is a Clinically Integrated Network?

Eastside Health Network (EHN) is a clinically integrated network (CIN) formed by physicians from EvergreenHealth, Overlake Medical Center and Clinics and independent practices.

Together, EHN provides nearly 50,000 community members with access to physicians who are working together to offer a more coordinated experience for better outcomes, and increased value for patients’ health care dollars. 

Visit the Eastside Health Network (EHN) website

A key advantage of the Eastside Health Network is its ability to share data and best practices among providers across the network. The integrated structure fosters provider-to-provider communication, paired with technology support. 

It also helps establish guidelines and resources for treating common, but serious, chronic diseases like diabetes.

A Better Value

EHN provides it's patients with a better experience and overall value because it partners to limit added costs by eliminating duplicate testing or other unnecessary care.

Dedicated EHN nurse care managers work one-on-one with at-risk patients as an extension of the primary care team to help them achieve their goals and prevent chronic conditions from worsening.

Here are a few tips to harness the benefits of a clinically integrated network and navigate one like a pro:

Technical Terms to Know

Clinically Integrated Network (CIN)
CINs align independent providers with a health system’s employed providers through a shared infrastructure that promotes provider collaboration. CINs improve patient outcomes and reduce costs because they incentivize providers to work together more effectively.

Patients will typically pay the lowest out-of-pocket costs when they receive services from “in-network providers” who are part of their clinically integrated network, compared to providers who are out-of-network.

Find an In-Network Provider
When your employer chooses an Eastside Health Network plan, you have access to nearly 1,400 in-network Eastside providers from EvergreenHealth, Overlake Medical Center and Clinics, and independent practices

You can find an EHN provider, or check to see if your current provider is a member, by:

  • Using our online provider search tool.
  • Calling the EvergreenHealth 24/7 Nurse Navigator & Healthline at 425.899.3000, where a health resource representative can refer you to an in-network provider.