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Ten years ago, Oregon embarked on the very ambitious plan to integrate mental health, addictions, dental and physical health care into the Oregon Health Plan.
How did Oregon’s Coordinated Care Organizations perform on outcomes and quality in 2014?
The results are in and, while largely positive, the answers are mixed.
Thanks to the joint efforts of health departments from Benton, Lincoln and Linn Counties, along with InterCommunity Health Network Coordinated Care Organization (IHN-CCO), local communities will reap the benefits of over $4 million in grant funding received to date to support a regional approach
Gary Oxman, an at-large member of the group and retired public health officer with Multnomah County, says public health should take its cues from what he called the “spiritual vibe” of Oregon’s Coordinated Care Organization model, where experimentation combined with clearly measured outcomes is s
Coordinated care organizations are delivering improved preventive and primary care at more sustainable costs.Patients and coordinated care organizations (CCOs) are starting to see the benefits of Oregon's new model for Medicaid, according to a report released today by the Oregon Health Authority.
The non-profit Coordinated Care Organization that provides mental and physical health care for Oregon Health Plan (Medicaid) members in Yamhill County has officially adopted a new name: Yamhill Community Care Organization (Yamhill CCO).
The transfer of responsibilities for the Medicaid population from the state to coordinated care organizations has hit a snag.
What is wellness? That’s the question InterCommunity Health Network, the coordinated care organization for Benton, Lincoln, and Linn counties, is encouraging people to explore by launching its