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  • Federal officials renew Oregon's waiver to continue health system transformation
    USA Election 2016

    The state remains committed to ensuring all Oregonians have access to high-quality, affordable health care. OHA is committed to working with our federal partners to continue the success we've had in our state.

  • Improving communication between teens and their providers for better outcomes
    Teens communicating

    "Why do you think teens might sometimes feel uncomfortable accessing health care?" a teen asked a room full of health care staff and providers at a recent Eye-to-Eye training in Bend, Oregon. "As an adult ally, it's important that you develop skills to increase your comfort talking with youth. Your comfort will help them feel more willing to talk about critical health care topics."

  • Project ECHO: Focusing on children’s mental health, especially in rural areas
    Project ECHO 

    Project ECHO, a collaboration between the Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Health & Science University, is helping primary care providers in rural Oregon learn what to do when parents come to them with children's mental health issues.

  • Growing a network of Oregon health system leaders to further transformation
    2015-2016 Clinical Innovation Fellows and Faculty

    Recently 15 emerging health system leaders from across Oregon completed a year-long Clinical Innovation Fellows program as the state continues to innovate to reach the ultimate vision of a healthy Oregon.

  • The Safer Air program is now called the Cleaner Air Oregon program

    Cleaner Air Oregon is a new program announced Governor Brown to reform industrial air toxics regulations and is led by Oregon Health Authority and Department of Environmental Quality. We invite Oregonians to help create new regulations that protect what we all care about: the health of our people and our planet, and the economic vitality of our communities.

Governor Brown Unveils New Website Highlighting Impact of Affordable Care Act on Oregon
Quarterly Ombudsperson Report
Coordinated care organizations (CCOs) Health system transformation 
Coordinated care organizations, or CCOs, have been formed in local communities across Oregon. 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). There are 16 CCOs in operation across the state , serving about 90 percent of Oregon Health Plan members.
Learn more about coordinated care organizations here.
Healthy Schools Facilities Webinar
Oregon state education leaders have adopted new rules for lead test planning in schools. Watch the webinar to learn how these steps help Oregon students and families, and what state agencies are doing.
What is OHA? What is OHA? 
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is at the forefront of lowering and containing costs, improving quality and increasing access to health care in order to improve the lifelong health of Oregonians.

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