OHP has local health plans that help you use your benefits. These plans are called coordinated care organizations or CCOs.
Most OHP members are enrolled in a CCO. Your CCO:
- Can help you get the care you need.
- Works with providers like doctors, counselors, nurses, pharmacies and dentists near you.
Find your CCO's website, provider directory, dental plans, and more. If you don't know your current CCO, you can look in your dashboard at ONE.Oregon.gov (click "Change my medical plan").
If you are new to OHP, your CCO will send you a welcome letter and ID card about two weeks after you get OHP.
If you need to get care before then, you can contact any provider that takes OHP.
Don't have a CCO?
You may not be in a CCO because you are new to OHP, have other insurance or have a medical reason for not using a CCO. If you are not in a CCO:
- OHA pays for your care. This is called having an open card or fee-for-service.
- You will need to find providers who accept open card and can bill OHA for services they provide.
If you want to enroll in a CCO, find your local CCO to see if they are accepting members. Ask OHP Client Services (800-273-0557) about your options.