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The Oregon Health Authority meets with Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), Rural Health Clinic (RHC), Indian Health Services (IHS) and Tribal 638 representatives to discuss health care delivery, billing and reimbursement for Oregon Health Plan members.
These workgroups inform contracted managed care entities about Medicaid policy and operations updates.
The committee advises OHA on which prescription drugs to include on OHA's preferred drug lists or formularies.
Rules Advisory Committees help the division understand the fiscal impact of proposed rule changes. They also inform the content of the division's Notices of Proposed Rulemaking.
Yes. Public meetings must be held in places that are accessible to people with disabilities. If you or someone you know needs accommodation to attend a public meeting, notify the contact person who is named in each meeting posting.
OHP Public Meetings are posted in accordance with Oregon Administrative Rule 410-120-1385 (Compliance with Public Meetings Law) in the General Rules program.
Rules Advisory Committee meetings are posted in accordance with Oregon Revised Statute 183.333 (Policy statement; public involvement in development of policy and drafting of rules).
To view the current or proposed rules for these programs, go to the OHP policies page.
Sign up for OHP Rulemaking Notices to learn about proposed changes to these rules and when changes are filed.
OHP publishes these notices in the Secretary of State's Oregon Bulletin, or major Oregon newspapers, to notify the public about proposed changes to programs or Oregon's Medicaid State Plan that happen outside the administrative rule revision process.
Comments due Jan. 21, 2022:
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