In depth: CCOs Report Mixed Gains on Performance Metrics
None of the CCO met all benchmarks, with Medicaid expansion, changing health recommendations complicating efforts to measure performance.
Oregon’s coordinated care organizations are moving forwards, backwards and sideways in their efforts to measure improvements to the care they provide, according to a state snapshot of performance metrics released this month.
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