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October 5, 201610/5/20162:00 - 4:00 pm
 
​​​​​​​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

 
CCAG Roster (updated May 2016)
 
Rulemaking Advisory Committee Begins Summer 2016
 
Fee and program development survey
The Oregon Health Authority is in the process of implementing the Oregon Common Credentialing Program (OCCP) which is a mandatory, fee-based program that will centralize the process of obtaining and verifying Oregon health care practitioner credentialing information. We are requesting your input in a survey necessary to develop equitable fees and other programmatic details. As you may be aware, all credentialing organizations will be mandated to participate in the OCCP, and we want to make sure we get your organization’s input as we develop the program.
 
Survey responses are due by close of business on June 17, 2016. Because the survey may be received by more than one individual within your organization, we ask that you coordinate with your credentialing staff to answer the survey questions. Questions are specific to the process of credentialing within your organization. The link to the survey is listed below. There are 20 questions in the web-based survey which can be previewed in PDF document prior to completing it electronically.
 
 
Thank you for your time and participation in the survey and your contribution to the OCCP.
 
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