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  • Starting November 15: There’s a new way to enroll in health care

    The way people apply for health care in Oregon is changing. Starting November 15, the federal marketplace, HealthCare.gov, will provide Oregonians an automated application and enrollment process for both the Oregon Health Plan (OHP) and private coverage.

    Most applicants will be best served at the federal website, but not everyone. That's why we created OregonHealthCare.gov.

  • Did you receive an Oregon Health Plan coverage renewal letter?
    Did you receive a benefits renewal letter?

    Learn more about how and when you should renew your health care.


  • Find a CCO in your community
    Rebecca Moulton

    Right now, most OHP members receive care through a Coordinated Care Organization, or CCO. CCOs are set up so that anyone who provides your care – doctors, nurses, counselors – can keep you healthy and help improve care.

  • Providers - Health reform information
    Nurse Julie
    Right now, there are many changes for health care providers in Oregon. Read more about the changes that affect you.

    • Coordinated care organizations (CCOs)
    • The Patient-Centered Primary Care Home Program
    • Administrative simplification of electronic health care transaction standards
    • The Medicaid Electronic Health Record Incentive Program
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Oregon Health Plan 2014 
Find more information about applying for health coverage, eligibility, and where to find help with the application. You can apply for the Oregon Health Plan or Healthy Kids at any time throughout the year. Enrollment is always open for these programs. 
Choose a Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) for the Oregon Health Plan
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