CCO Oregon Announces Agenda for Primary Care Behavioral Health Conference on June 13th

Join CCO Oregon and health care stakeholders from across the state for an interactive and educational conference on Friday, June 13th, at the St. Charles Medical Center in Bend, Oregon.

Focused on Primary Care Behavioral Health, the event will be an excellent opportunity to engage stakeholders involved in Coordinated Care. Featuring keynote speaker, Dr. Parinda Khatri, the Chief Clinical Officer from Cherokee Health Systems, the conference will facilitate conversation about the importance of integrating behavioral health and primary care.

The conference will provide opportunities to attend interactive panels, specialized skills trainings, and speak with exhibitors from numerous health care organizations.

CCO Oregon’s Primary Care Behavioral Health conference will connect CCO staff members, consumers, providers, clinicians, and more. As an independent non-­‐profit organization dedicated to promoting health and well-­‐being for Oregonians, CCO Oregon is proud to bring together stakeholders from across the Coordinated Care spectrum to participate in important healthcare conversations.

The agenda for CCO Oregon's conference has been finalized, for full agenda details please visit our website www.ccooregon.org.

This event features a limited number of seats; reserve your spot today to be a part of shared learning and support Coordinated Care in Oregon. Early Bird registration is available through May 31st. 

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