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Fee Development

Below is the fee schedule that was developed for the Oregon Common Credentialing Program prior to its July 25, 2018 suspension. 

 
The established Program fee structure, as illustrated below, was approved by the Legislature in 2017 and will be codified in administrative rule by January 1, 2018. The fee structure consists of the following components:
  • Practitioners pay a one-time application fee and nothing thereafter
  • COs pay a one-time set up fee and annual subscription fees that:
    • Are tiered based on practitioner panel size as a proxy for anticipated use of the system
    • Reflect significant economies of scale discounts for larger panels,  
    • Are based on a unique count of credentialed health care practitioners for Health Systems, and
    • Allow a 15% discount on fees for individual health systems and health plans within an integrated delivery network.
To create this fee schedule, OHA engaged stakeholders, including the Common Credentialing Advisory Group and other subject matter experts, to develop a list of fee structure principles and a preferred fee structure. The principles outlined included:
  • Balanced, considering benefits and resources;
  • Efficient and economical to administer;
  • Transparent and justifiable in development; and
  • Stable to ensure predictable revenue to support the costs of administering the Program.
 

 

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Last updated July 25, 2018

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