This page contains resources and guidance for Oregon TPEP and Healthy Communities county and tribal grantees working with CCOs, other health systems, and their county or tribal clinical services to pursue policy, systems, and environment changes. Public health and health systems partners can work together to improve the quality and delivery of preventative services, and help people more effectively use and benefit from those services. In addition, CCOs and health systems can be important partners in other community health improvement efforts. Refer to the TPEP RFA and Healthy Communities RFP for suggested strategies and activities.
Coordinated Care Organizations
What Local Public Health Authorities and Tribes can do to Work with Coordinated Care Organizations and Promote a Public Health Approach to Community Health and Wellness
Learn about different opportunities to connect with local Coordinated Care Organizations to advance public health approaches to community health and wellness.
CCO Talking PointsThis customizable brief, which describes the work of community programs and the potential benefit of this work to Coordinated Care Organizations, can be used as a tool for connecting with CCO leadership.
Public Health Definitions for Health System Transformation
This document describes the differences between primary, secondary and tertiary prevention using examples related to prevention, early detection and self-management of chronic disease.
Public Health and Health System Transformation
This presentation provides an overview of health system transformation efforts underway in Oregon, including Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs) and the Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) initiative, with a particular emphasis on potential roles public health can play within these efforts.
Tobacco Prevention Data and Publications
Visit this website for information on:
- Tobacco Quit Line data
- Affordable Care Act national standards for comprehensive tobacco cessation benefits
- Data on tobacco use in Oregon
- Evidence-based strategies for CCOs to reduce tobacco use