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Addictions and Mental Health programs
CAREAssist - Ryan White ADAP Program
Center for Health Protection
Center for Prevention and Health Promotion
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OHA Committees, Commissions and Workgroups

Addic​tions and Mental Health Planning and Advisory Committee (AMHPAC)
The Addictions and Mental Health Planning and Advisory Council (AMHPAC) is responsible for reviewing the Combined Mental Health and Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant application and annual implementation reports, serving as an advocate for Oregonians with behavioral health disorders; and monitoring, reviewing and evaluating the allocation and adequacy of publicly-funded behavioral health services in Oregon.​
All-payer All-claims Technical Advisory Group
In a June 2013 letter, Governor Kitzhaber asked the Oregon Health Policy Board (OHPB) for recommendations which increase overall health care transparency and accountability, enhance the Oregon Insurance Division’s (OID’s) rate review process, and align care model attributes among the Public Employee Benefit Board, the Oregon Educators Benefit Board, and qualified health plans. In response, OHPB recommended in its December 2013 report that the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and OID use the All-Payer All-Claims (APAC) database to enhance transparency and accountability and provide validated statewide, plan, and health care entity-level data by market segment, health care setting, demographics, geography, diagnosis, and other variables.
Behavioral Health Information Sharing Advisory Group
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) has created an internal Behavioral Health Information Sharing Advisory Group to help improve care coordination. This group is focused on developing a strategy to support integrated care and services by enabling the electronic sharing of behavioral health information between providers.​
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