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Health System Transformation Aging and People with Disabilities

DHS HST Information | APD HST Information

What's happening now?

What Health Care Reform Means to You

April 6 - Oregon's direction on Health Systems Transformation and Coordinated Care Organizations are discussed at Portland City Club's Friday Forum.

CCO Letters of Intent

April 2 - OHA received more than 50 letters of intent from organizations interested in applying to become Coordinated Care Organizations.

More...The DHS Aging and People with Disabilities programs will engage in the Health Systems Transformation (HST) effort with a specific emphasis on Oregon’s long term care and other Medicaid services to seniors and individuals with disabilities.

As the transition to a new health care delivery model progresses, we invite you to join us for continued updates.

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CCO Engagement

Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs) are networks of all types of health care providers who have agreed to work together in their local communities for people who receive health care coverage under the Oregon Health Plan (Medicaid). Oregon's Long Term Care system will continue to be financed and administered by the Department of Human Services (DHS).

Review the model of Shared Accountability including the Strategic Framework and Memorandum of Understanding Guidance.


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APD Contacts

Project Leads
   -Bob Weir
   -Selina Hickman 

   -Max Brown
   -Nelsa Brodie

Presentations & Training

CCO's, Medicaid, Medicare and Shared Accountability

A two-part webinar: Oregon's Medicare/Medicaid Alignment Demonstration