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How to Submit a Transaction Notice

Submit a Transaction Notice

All proposed transactions involving health care entities that meet the criteria in OARs 409-070-0000 through 409-070-0085 must submit a notice of transaction and proposal for review. If you are planning a transaction, review this document to understand all the steps you must take:

Transaction Notice Steps for Entities

Filing Forms

OHA can provide technical assistance related to the filing process and forms. For questions or to request pre-filing technical assistance, contact hcmo.info@dhsoha.state.or.us.

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Pre-filing Conference

OHA encourages all entities to request a conference prior to filing a notice of proposed transaction. During a pre-filing conference, OHA and entities can discuss the filing process, whether the proposed transaction requires entities to file a notice, what forms will need to be completed, what information may be requested from entities, handling of confidential information, and submission timing. To request a pre-filing conference, please email hcmo.info@dhsoha.state.or.us.

Material Change Transaction Determination

If an entity is uncertain about whether a transaction is covered in statute and rules, the entity may request that OHA make a material change transaction determination, stating whether the entity is included or exempt from the review process. To request a material change transaction review determination, complete the Determination of Covered Transaction Status form and submit via email to hcmo.info@dhsoha.state.or.us.

Other Submission Requirements

Some health care entities may also be required to submit information to other state or federal authorities. If you are planning a transaction, you should contact all relevant authorities to understand requirements related to your transaction. The list below includes some of the other Oregon state authorities that have requirements related to certain health care transactions: