The CCO Oregon 2019 Annual Conference will take place on Tuesday, September 24th at the Salem Convention Center. This year’s focus is “Coordinated Care and the Road Ahead” as we look to the start of the new CCO contracts, new partners, new projects, and new opportunities to further integration and coordinated care.
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CCO Oregon’s annual conference is a hallmark of the coordinated care stakeholder community attracting over 250 attendees representing health and human service providers, system administrators, coordinated care organizations (CCOs) and other payers, elected officials and state agency leaders, community based partners, advocates, and others interested in health transformation. Below you can learn more about last year’s conference and annual meeting.
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2018 Winter Conference and Annual Meeting
The day began with the Annual Meeting and opening remarks from CCO Oregon’s Board Chair, Matt Sinnott. Next, CCO Oregon Board Member, John Duke, moderated a panel discussing “What’s next for coordinated care and where to go from here?” Panelists included:
- Jeremy Vandehey, Oregon Health Authority
- Cyreena Boston Ashby, Oregon Public Health Institute and the Oregon Health Equity Alliance
- Seamus McCarthy, Yamhill Community Care Organization
- Jen Johnstun, Primary Health
Immediately following the pre-session, CCO Oregon Executive Director Samantha Shepherd kicked off the Winter Conference for over 250 attendees and introduced the keynote, Dr. Nwando Olayiwola.
Keynote Dr. Nwando Olayiwola presents on Primary Care Integration.
The day rolled on with 16 concurrent sessions, a collection of posters displayed, exhibitors, and a final plenary addressing how we maintain funding for Medicaid and coordinated care with the following panelists:
- Senator Elizabeth Steiner Hayward, District 17
- John McConnell, Oregon Health and Science University
- Laura Etherton, Oregon Primary Care Association
- Donna Mills, Central Oregon Health Council
- Evan Saulino, Oregon Health Authority (Moderator)
Check out the presenter bios and click on the links below to view presentation slides.
- Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs): What are We Doing About It? presented by Dean Moshofsky and Amy Stoeber from the Children’s Health Alliance
- The Role of Family Support Specialists in Pediatric Clinics & Integrating Traditional Health Workers in Primary Care presented by LaKeesha Dumas from Multnomah County, Ally Linfoot from Clackamas County, Edna Nyamu from the Oregon Community Health Workers Association, Debra Catlin from the Oregon Doula Association, Frances Purdy from the Oregon Health Authority, and Carol Criswell from the Providence Child Center
- A Cross-Organizational Approach to Oral Health Integration in Primary Care and a Dental Medical Integration Pilot presented by Alyssa Franzen and Alexa Jett from CareOregon with Britny Chandler from InterCommunity Health Network
- A Case for Reverse Integration and the Role of Behavioral Health Homes presented by Renee Boak, Brian Don, and Jeffrey Eisen from Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare
- Project ECHO: An Innovative Model for Clinical Team Education and Training presented by Maggie McLain McDonnell and Ron Stock from the Oregon Rural Practice-Based Research Network and Christine Bernsten from HealthShare
- Transforming Healthcare through Legal Intervention and Collaborating for Vulnerable Populations presented by Rachel Arnold from the Medical Legal Partnership of Oregon and Health Share of Oregon, Laura Russell from Metropolitan Defenders, Robert Trachtenberg from the Richmond Clinic, and Cheryl Coon from Refugee Disability Benefits of Oregon
- Addressing Systemic Barriers and Serving Transgender Patients in Primary Care presented by Amy Penkin and Christina Milano from the OHSU Transgender Health Program
- Making Better Care Decisions Using Computer Simulation presented by Michael Johnson and Mark Maul from St. Charles Health System
- Supporting Health Care for Children in Foster Care from Metric to Medical Home presented by Bobby Martin and Graham Bouldin from Health Share of Oregon, Madeline Lowry Woods from Kaiser Rockwood Clinic, and Carol Endo from Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel
- Intimate Partner Violence in Primary Care and the Universal Education Approach presented by Tara O’Connor and Joan Fleishman from OHSU Department of Family Medicine
- Primary Care Screenings to Reduce Opioid Exposure in Vulnerable Populations presented by Paul Coelho, Josh Steenstra, Emily Marshall, and Derek Titus from the Salem Pain Clinic
- How Scribes Impact the Quadruple Aim presented by Scott Balzar, Miranda Miller, and Robert Hughes from Samaritan Family Medicine Resident Clinic
- “Addressing the Role of Nutrition in Patient Care” with four presentations:
- Registered Dietician Integration presented by Michele Guerrero from the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic;
- How Access to Healthy Foods Impacts Health presented Lynn Knox from the Oregon Food Bank;
- Community Supported Agriculture presented by Katy Pranian from Multnomah County Health Department; and,
- Veggie Rx Intervention presented by Christine Mosbaugh from Benton County Health Department
- Housing as a Pathway to Improved Health presented by Rachel Solotaroff and Sean Hubert from Central City Concern
- Transforming Clinical Care in a Rural Emergency Department and a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic presented by Allison Whisenhunt from Providence Seaside Hospital and Dawn Cogliser from Options for Southern Oregon
- Implementing Integrated Behavioral Health in a Large Pediatric Practice presented by Douglas Lincoln, Erin Grady, and Audelia DeCosta from Metropolitan Pediatrics