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Oregon Common Credentialing

A centralized source for the collection and verification of credentialing information.

  • Eliminates redundancies
  • Increases accuracy
  • Saves time

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Senate Bill 604 (2013) requires the Oregon Health Authority to establish a program and database for the purpose of providing credentialing organizations access to information necessary to credential or re-credential all health care practitioners in the State.

SB 604 set the mandatory operational date as January 2016. A new bill, Senate Bill 594, was introduced and passed in 2015. It removes the mandatory operational date and allows the Oregon Health Authority to set the date by rule, provided that participants are given six months’ notice.

What's New

Implementation updates

The Oregon Common Credentialing Program marked a major milestone with the selection of a Common Credentialing solution vendor. Read more...

CCAG Roster (updated January 2017)

Credentialing temporary rule filed

Temporary rule effective: 1-18-2018 through 7-16-2018
Temporary rule filing and text showing changes
Temporary rule text only

Notice of Permanent rulemaking filed

Last date for public written comments: 5/21/18, 5 pm
409-045 Notice with text changes

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