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Programs and Initiatives Archive

Concluded programs and initiative are listed below with a brief summary of their work and links to their archived programs pages. If you have questions about specific programs, please reach out to OHIT.info@dhsoha.state.or.us.

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Oregon Medicaid Meaningful Use Technical Assistance Program

The Oregon Medicaid Meaningful Use Technical Assistance Program (OMMUTAP) was created by the Oregon Health Authority to help eligible providers maximize their investments in electronic health records (EHRs), meet federal Meaningful Use requirements, and assess and address EHR-related security risks to their practice.

OHA contracted with OCHIN to provide this outreach and technical assistance. Over the course of the Program, which ran from spring 2016 through spring 2019, 1,588 providers across 374 clinics participated. Learn more about OMMUTAP here

OHA suspended the Oregon Common Credentialing Program (OCCP) effective July 25, 2018. You can learn more about the program and why it was suspended at the OCCP website.

CareAccord - Direct Secure Messaging

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) ended CareAccord and its Direct secure messaging services effective March 31, 2018. 

Flat File Directory

The Flat File Directory (FFD) services ended in August 2021. Please visit NPPES to learn more about reporting and finding health information exchange endpoints. 

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and the Oregon Office of Rural Health (ORH) selected five telehealth pilot projects that represent a variety of patient populations, telehealth delivery methods, and geographical areas. The projects were supported by the federal State Innovation Model (SIM) grant, which Oregon received to fund innovative projects that support the State's health care system transformation efforts. The projects were designed to improve coordination and access to care through telehealth technologies. These projects ended in 2016.

Learn more about the five telehealth pilot projects.