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Priority: Health Care

VISION: Oregonians enjoy good health and the best possible quality of life.

Key Strategies:

• Fully implement Coordinated Care Models

• Focus on prevention of chronic diseases

• Strengthen long-term care service system

• Improve access to healthy housing and nutrition


Oregon is creating a new model of health care. We're working with local communities, health care providers,
legislators, and federal partners to deliver better care and improved health at lower costs.

Combined, the Oregon Health Plan, PEBB and OEBB cover 1.3 million Oregonians. Under this new care model with set standards for improved health services and reduced waste and inefficiency, Oregon is on a path to save billions while improving health over the next decade.

Every dollar saved on unnecessary health expenses is a dollar that can be reinvested in children and families, education, creating good jobs and building statewide prosperity. 



 


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Coordinated Care Organizations 

Fifteen organizations have been formed across the state. Learn more about
your local CCO.

 Oregon Health Policy Board

The nine-member citizen Board serves as the policymaking and oversight body for the Oregon Health Authority. It is responsible for improving access, cost and
quality of the health care delivery system, and the health of all Oregonians.

 
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