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Quick Look: Fewer People Enroll in Oregon CCOs

Fifteen of the state’s 16 coordinated care organizations covered fewer people in the third quarter than compared to the first quarter.
January 18, 2017

The number of people receiving healthcare through Medicaid-funded coordinated care organizations dropped precipitously in the first nine months of 2016, according to financial reports analyzed by The Lund Report.

An average of 893,702 people in Oregon were enrolled in CCOs in the third quarter, down by 60,956 people from the first quarter of the year. Only Eastern Oregon CCO saw an uptick in its membership.

Most CCOs reported profitable results in the three-month period that ended Sept. 30, 2016. Cascade Health Alliance, HealthShare and PacificSource-Central Oregon were the exception to that trend, each reporting losses in the quarter. Click here to see full profit and loss, medical spending, membership counts and cash-on hand for each CCO in the state.

Courtney Sherwood covers data and public records for The Lund Report. Reach her at [email protected] or follow her on Twitter at @csherwood.