CCO Oregon Unites Organizations For Strategic Discussion On Coordinated Care

Dec. 9, 2014 – CCO Oregon invites member and non-member organizations to its 2014 Annual Member Meeting, which focuses on health transformation conversations and CCO Oregon’s strategic future role. The first Annual Member Meeting takes place at Chemeketa-Eola Viticulture Center in Salem, Ore., on Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

At this meeting, CCO Oregon seeks advisory guidance from its members on a variety of 2015 initiatives, including: work groups, potential conference topics, new scopes of work, board member elections, communications strategies and member benefits. Work group discussions include proposals for new topics and reports from established groups: Dental or Oral Health; Primary Care Behavioral Health or Integrated Behavioral Health Alliance of Oregon; Public Policy; and Transformation Barriers.

Keynote speaker Dr. J. Bart McMullan, Jr., MD, former President of Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon, will close the meeting with a presentation titled, “Transformation, It’s About Beliefs.”

The full schedule includes interactive roundtable discussions, a delegate convention and a member tribute luncheon. Following the event is a wine reception social hour. The agenda is available online.

While this meeting is open to the public, only CCO Oregon Members may serve as delegates with voting and advisory rights.

To register or learn more about CCO Oregon’s Annual Meeting, visit



CCO Oregon is a non-profit member association that aims to be shaped by and to serve all stakeholders that touch coordinated care in Oregon. Our purpose is to support the delivery of exceptional care at reduced costs while promoting the health and wellbeing of Oregonians.

For more information contact Kyle Kavas at 503-451-0226.

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