Oregon's Health CO-OP

Health CO-OP Joins Forces with OHSU Partners

OHSU, Salem Health, Tuality Health Alliance, Adventist Health System and CO-OP develop plan to share accountability for the cost, quality and service to CO-OP members

Oregon's Health CO-OP has signed a letter of intent to develop a new population health partnership with OHSU, Salem Health, Tuality Health and Adventist Health System.

Oregon’s New Health CO-OP Promises Lowest Administrative Costs

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Its CEO, Dr. Ralph Prows, wants to hear from consumers and business leaders and is hosting a series of sharing sessions

September 6, 2012 -- A consumer-driven insurance plan is gathering momentum in Oregon. Not only will people have a chance to help design this new plan, they can also have a seat on its governing board.

“This is a health plan with a conscience,” said Dr. Ralph Prows, CEO of Oregon’s Health CO-OP. “Our purpose and mission is to keep our costs down. We have to start keeping healthcare affordable and intend to have the lowest administrative costs of any health plan. We’re trying to do the right thing and are not interested in making a profit.”

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