WENATCHEE — The state’s timeline for implementing big health-care changes may be too short.
That was one of several concerns expressed Friday by members of a panel that looked at the state’s Health Care Innovations Plan.
“The timelines are very aggressive and could disrupt services eventually,” said Tamara Burns, director of the Chelan-Douglas Regional Support Network.
“I have to ask: What is our capacity for change?” said Dr. Pete Rutherford, CEO at Confluence Health. “There has been a huge amount…