Coordinated care organizations (CCOs) are the heart of the coordinated care model. CCOs were formed in Oregon in 2012 as part of the state’s plan to improve the quality of health care and limit the growth in health care spending. CCOs are local organizations governed by community members. They bring together physical, mental health, addiction medicine, and dental health providers to coordinate care for people on the Oregon Health Plan (Medicaid). There are now 15 CCOs in Oregon coordinating health care for nearly 1 million OHP members throughout the state. New CCO contracts will start in 2020, but the state is gathering public input now to help inform these contracts.
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Earlier Event: April 282018 PNW Mobile Healthcare Association Conference
Later Event: April 30Future Generations Collaborative Collective Impact Summit