Comparison Of CCO Vaccination Rates

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Oregon's Medicaid insurers have lagged in getting their members vaccinated, but they are making progress.

(See main story: Vaccination Rates Of Medicaid Members Still Lag Behind.)

Here are their vaccination rates (combined full dose and first dose and from lowest to highest) for those aged 16 and older, comparing the current rate with that more than two months ago:

Umpqua Health Alliance, covering Douglas County: 30%, up from 23% at the end of May.

Eastern Oregon CCO (Lake, Harney, Malheur, Baker, Grant, Wheeler, Sherman, Gilliam Morrow Umatilla, Union, Wallowa): 30%, up from 24% in late May.

AllCare: (Jackson, Josephine, Curry): 31%, up from 26%.

Cascade Health: 33%, up from 27%.

Jackson Care Connect (Jackson): 36%, up from 29%.

Advanced Health (Coos, Curry): 38%, up from 30%.

Columbia Pacific (Clatsop, Columbia, Tillamook): 42%, up from 34%.

PacificSource (Lane, Marion, Polk, Deschutes, Crook, Jefferson, Hood River, Wasco): 47%, up from 38%.

Yamhill Community Care (Yamhill):  48%, up from 38%.

InterCommunity Health Network (Lincoln, Benton, Linn): 48%, up from 34%.

Trillium (Lane, Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington): 55%, up from 44%.

Health Share (Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington): 56%, up from 45%.

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Am i reading this wrong, it looks like UHA has the lowest vacc rate at 30% and Health Share the highest at 56%?

It is from lowest to highest - I'll add that to make it clearer. Thank you!

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