One of the overarching goals of Oregon's transformation through coordinated care organizations (CCOs) is improving transparency through CCO specific quality, efficiency, outcome and financial data that is available to the public. Public reporting is a key element in Oregon's work to transform the state Medicaid system to be more transparent to members, stakeholders and the public.
Below are CCOs' audited financial statements for the most recent available years, as well as internal financial statements through the most recent available quarter. In addition, a section has been added starting in 2020 related to the full redacted financial reports as required by Senate Bill 1041 (passed in 2019).
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) has also prepared the following summaries of the CCO program financials: