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CCO 2.0: The Future of Coordinated Care

OHA receives 19 applications for 2020-2024 coordinated care contracts

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) has received nineteen applications from organizations seeking contracts to serve as coordinated care organizations (CCOs) for the Oregon Health Plan’s nearly 1 million members. The contracts start January 1, 2020 and go through December 31, 2024. Awards for the CCO contracts are expected to be announced in July 2019.

Based on the applications, Oregon Health Plan members in every county in Oregon would have at least one CCO to coordinate their health care. In many parts of the state, multiple organizations submitted applications to operate in the same counties, giving Oregon Health Plan members more than one CCO choice. A list of the applicants and their proposed service areas is posted on the CCO 2.0 Contract Selection page.

 CCO Selection for 2020-2024

The Oregon Health Authority is currently going through a process to select the coordinated care organizations (CCOs) who will serve the Oregon Health Plan’s one million members from 2020-2024.

OHA released the request for applications (RFA) which lays out the requirements applicants must meet to serve Oregon Health Plan members for the next five years of coordinated care contracts, also known as "CCO 2.0." Applications were due to OHA on April 22, 2019. The agency expects to award the contracts in July 2019.

CCO 2.0 Contracting Process Update and Timeline

The list of applicants and their proposed service areas, along with a series of maps illustrating potential changes to services areas by zip code and county, are located on the CCO 2.0 Contract Selection page.

 CCO 2.0 Report

The policy recommendations in this report will guide the next five years of the Oregon Health Plan. They build on Oregon’s strong foundation of health care innovation and seek to make improvements based on best practices, evidence, and stakeholder and community input. The recommendations focus on four key areas identified by Governor Kate Brown: improve the behavioral health system, increase value and pay for performance, focus on social determinants of health and health equity, and maintain sustainable cost growth.

 Public Engagement

Following the adoption of the CCO 2.0 policies by the Oregon Health Policy Board, OHA held three technical forums on services areas, member enrollment, and rates and risk adjustment. The agency also released a draft of the RFA for public comment in January 2019. Public comment on the CCO 2.0 policymaking process has officially ended. Questions related to the contracting process should be sent to the RFA Contact email address.

Technical forum on service areas meeting materials

Technical forum on membership enrollment meeting materials

Technical forum on rates and risk adjustment meeting materials

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