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Each Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) has at least one Community Advisory Council (CAC)
Oregon Health Plan (OHP) members interested in sharing their voice about their community's health can apply to serve on their CCO's council.
Serving on a CAC helps achieve three important goals — better health, better quality of care and lower costs. CAC members may:
To join the conversation, contact your local coordinated care organization today.
Bonnie Ell (Curry CAC); Sam Baugh (Coos CAC)
Columbia County CAC: Martha Ruiz Olmstead
Clatsop & Tillamook County CACs: Romy Carver
Ari Wagner (interim contact)
Mariotta Gary-Smith (interim contact)
Rebekah Fowler, Community Advisory Council (CAC) Consultant
MaCayla Arsenault and Gwen Jones
Suzanne Cross and Lexi Stickel
Learn about the Oregon Health Authority Transformation Center's statewide community advisory council supports.
Coordinated Care: the Oregon Difference
CCO Community Advisory Councils
CCO Community Health Improvement Plans
CCO Financial Information
CCO Governing Board
CCO Transformation Plans
The Future of Coordinated Care
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