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The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is implementing a statewide provider directory. The provider directory will leverage data from existing, trusted data sources, including the upcoming Common Credentialing Program. The ability for health care entities to use one trusted, single and complete source of provider data is essential to improving system efficiencies and patient care coordination, while helping reduce costs for Oregonians.
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The provider directory will:
Today, a single, accurate directory of healthcare providers does not exist in Oregon. Instead, healthcare organizations use many different directories to look up providers and their clinic and network affiliations. These directories are isolated and exist within many state and non-state systems. The directories available today are:
The Office of Health Information Technology is working with Oregon’s coordinated care organizations (CCO) and stakeholders from across settings to define the uses and scope of the provider directory. Shared needs and goals ensure the development of a value-based tool that supports patient care coordination, reduces administrative burden and supports emerging reporting needs for continued health system transformation.
The Provider Directory is anticipated to go live in 2018.
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