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Paying for value is a primary strategy for achieving the Oregon Health Authority’s triple aim of better health, better care and lower costs for all Oregonians. The Oregon Health Authority is working to develop a strategy to increase the use of value-based payment (VBP) in coordinated care organizations' (CCOs) contracts with network providers. The goal of increased use of value-based payments is to incentivize delivery system reform that focuses on value instead of volume and rewards providers for a combination of positive member outcomes and cost savings.
The state will develop a VBP roadmap that describes how the state, CCOs and network providers will achieve a set target of VBP payments by the end of the current 1115 Medicaid demonstration waiver period, June 30, 2022.
The Transformation Center convened a CCO VBP work group as part of the process for gathering input and feedback on the VBP roadmap. See the work group roster.
The Oregon Health Authority surveyed health care providers to fulfill a current 1115 waiver requirement and inform the CCO 2.0 VBP policy development process. The goal of the survey was to assess provider readiness and experience with VBP models in Oregon. See survey results.
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