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The SHARE Initiative comes from a legislative requirement for coordinated care organizations (CCOs) to invest some of their profits back into their communities. After meeting minimum financial standards, CCOs must spend a portion of their net income or reserves on services to address health inequities and the social determinants of health and equity (SDOH-E).
The SHARE Initiative is just one way that CCOs respond to SDOH-E, health inequities and the social needs of their members. CCOs may also use their global budgets to address members’ social needs and community SDOH-E through
health-related services (HRS). See this
SHARE, HRS and ILOS comparison for an overview of CCO spending programs to meet member and community needs. See these CCO SDOH spending overviews for more details for each CCO.
The SHARE Initiative is defined by the following state law and Oregon Administrative Rule:
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