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Implementation of Oregon Common Credentialing Program Delayed

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Although the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is making steady progress towards implementing the Oregon Common Credentialing Program (OCCP), they have decided to delay the required participation start date. Required participation in the OCCP had been set to begin November 5, 2018. This requirement has now been postponed with a yet to be determined new start date.

The Oregon Common Credentialing Program (OCCP), which is mandated by SB 604 (2013), establishes a program and database for credentialing organizations to access the information necessary to credential or re-credential all health care practitioners in the state. The OCCP is intended to simplify the administrative processes related to credentialing, reduce burden on practitioners, and eliminate duplication for credentialing organizations.

For additional information regarding the delay please review the FAQs provided by the OHA, and the OCCP website.


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