Most OHP members are enrolled in a coordinated care organization (CCO)
A coordinated care organization (CCO) is a local network of all types of health care providers that include physical health, addictions and mental health, and dental care providers. These providers work together in their communities to serve Oregon Health Plan (OHP) members.
CCOs were created to provide integrated, patient-centered care to all OHP members. Instead of just treating you when you get sick, they can work with you to keep you healthy and manage any existing health conditions.
For example, CCOs may offer added services for OHP members who have chronic conditions like diabetes, asthma or other health needs. CCOs also focus on prevention, which may lead to fewer unnecessary trips to the hospital or emergency room.
Learn more about coordinated care in Oregon.