CCO Oregon maintains five areas of program work:
- Dental and Oral Health
- Behavioral Health
- Social Determinants of Health
- Data Use in Coordinated Care
Each group meets regularly and maintains 15-20 members from organizations that represent the full spectrum and diversity of the coordinated care model. Work groups engage in discussion and collaborate on best practices related to coordinated care, collective commentary on proposed rules and regulations, and position statements on related policies. The conversations touch on gaps and opportunities related to metrics, integration models, funding sustainability, alternative payment strategies and risk-based models, health information technology and health information exchanges, and more.
Have ideas about a topic for discussion or interest in joining a work group? Email Samantha to get involved.