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Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) Plans

About CCO Plans and the Oregon Health Plan (OHP)

OHP's local health plans are coordinated care organizations or CCOs. Except for extra services and pharmacies, all CCOs offer the same OHP benefits. You choose your CCO when you apply for OHP.

  • If you are an OHP member and don't have a CCO, you can choose one in your dashboard at You can also call Client Services (800-273-0557).
  • If you don't know if you have a CCO, you can ask Client Services.

CCOs are plans in your area that help you use your OHP benefits. A CCO has a local group of providers like doctors, counselors and dentists who work together to keep you healthy. 

This means that no matter where you get care, your CCO knows you. Your CCO can work with you to make sure you stay healthy.​

​Instead of just treating you when you get sick, CCOs work with you to keep you healthy. CCOs can help you manage your health conditions. There may be added services for members with chronic conditions such as diabetes, asthma and heart disease, or for those with other health needs.

  • ​CCOs may give and cover some benefits that OHP does not cover, such as weight loss classes.
  • You and your family can get medical, dental and behavioral health care when you need it.​
CCOs can:
  • Give you a health care team to work with
  • Help your caregivers and family members join your team
  • Help you avoid testing or services you already had or don’t really need
  • Give you the tools and support you need to stay healthy and
  • Give you advice that is easy to understand and follow.​

These are items or services to support your health or manage a condition. Some extra services are available to all members. Others are available on a case-by-case basis or by special request. You can contact each CCO for a full list of services and how to access them.

​American Indians, Alaska Natives, and members with Medicare have other options.

  • American Indian and Alaska Native members can join, change or leave their CCO at any time. (You will still need to choose a CCO for dental care.)
  • Members with Medicare can change or leave the CCO they use for medical care at any time. Medicare members must use a CCO for dental and mental health care.
  • If you don't want to be in a CCO, you can call 800-273-0557 and tell us.

​Call the doctor’s office or clinic you have now (if you have one). Ask which OHP plan the provider takes.

Find out if the CCO’s providers are near where you live.

Find the CCOs listed for your area. Call them or go to their websites to learn which doctors, nurses, clinics, hospitals, pharmacies, dentists and mental health providers you can use.​

​OHA will choose a CCO for you unless you are American Indian or Alaska Native. OHA will choose a CCO in your area that is open to new members.​

If you are enrolle​d in Medicare

OHA will enroll you in a CCO that covers medical, dental and behavioral health care. You don’t have to get your medical care through the CCO. If you want to change this, you need to tell us.

If you are American Indi​an or Alaska Native

OHA will not enroll you in a CCO. OHA will pay for your medical, dental and behavioral health care. You don’t have to get your medical care through the CCO. If you want to change this, you need to tell us.​


Learn More about CCOs


See a map of CCOs in Oregon


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How to Compare Plans

 Filter by your county's name

  • Click the filter icon at the top of the table below, then click "Counties."
  • Type in the name of your county, then click "Add filter." Do not add punctuation, extra space(s) or the word "county" when typing the name.
  • CCOs that serve your county will have your county listed in the "Counties" field.

 Make sure the CCO serves your ZIP code

  • "All ZIP codes" means the CCO serves the whole county.
  • If certain ZIP codes are listed for your county, this means the CCO serves only those ZIP codes.

Review CCO materials

  • To find CCO providers, view the CCO’s Provider Directory. You can search for specific providers by name, specialty or location.
  • View the CCO’s Member Handbook. You can learn about the services the CCO provides and how to access them.
  • To print information about a CCO, choose the printable PDF file in your language.

Call to tell us which CCO plan you choose

  • Call 800-273-0557 (TTY 711) Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

CCO Plans

This information is subject to changeFor the most complete and up-to-date information on a CCO plan:
  • Call the CCO's customer service number or 
  • Visit the plan's website. 

This information was last updated October 11, 2022, to add links to CCO dental networks.

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