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Oregon Health Plan

FamilyCare, a coordinated care organization in Washington, Multnomah, Clackamas, and Marion counties, will no longer serve OHP members as of January 31, 2018. OHP benefits remain in place. You will not lose your health care. Read Frequently Asked Questions about the transition | Stay up to date on the FamilyCare transition.

Medicaid in the news

What does the possible federal shut-down means for the Oregon Health Plan? At this time, Oregon has resources to continue all federally funded health programs. Oregonians should continue to access the Oregon Health Plan, the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), and other benefits. Read more statements about Medicaid in the news.

Federal Officials Renew Oregon's Waiver to Continue Health System Transformation

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.

In the meantime we'll stay true to Oregon's track record of health innovation and our success in delivering greater access, better outcomes and lower costs for Oregonians.

Learn more about our commitment
to Health Care Transformation »


Resolving Medicaid issues

The Oregon Health Authority has created a formal issue resolution process to ensure that OHA leadership is aware of, understands the scope of, and implements effective resolutions to ongoing and emerging issues.

Learn more about our issue resolution efforts »

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