CCO 2.0 Request for Applications
Interested applicants should rely on ORPIN, the state’s official procurement and contracting system, for the most current and complete information related to the CCO 2.0 procurement process
. Modifications, if any, to this RFA will be made by written Addenda published in ORPIN. Applicants are solely responsible for checking ORPIN to determine whether or not any Addenda have been issued.
Understanding the RFA documents
OHA has posted the final RFA documents alongside documents that compare the January 4 draft to the final document, along with a summary of the public feedback included in the final RFA
. The “Principal RFA Document” describes the purpose of the RFA and the requirements that a successful applicant must fulfill to receive a contract.
The RFA has three appendices that include: definitions of terms used in the RFA, the contract template, and administrative rule concepts. Within the contract template are exhibits A through N, which provide requirements for specific areas of work. The RFA also has 16 attachments, which include forms and questionnaires applicants must submit.
Documents in the RFA and Sample Contract most closely related to the Governor’s four priority areas and the Oregon Health Policy Board’s adopted policy recommendations are identified below:
- Increase value and pay for performance (RFA Attachment 8 and Sample Contract Exhibit H).
- Focus on social determinants of health and health equity (RFA Attachment 10 and Sample Contract Exhibit N).
- Improve the behavioral health systems and address barriers to access to and integration of care (RFA Attachment 11 and Sample Contract Exhibit M).
- Maintain sustainable cost growth and ensure financial transparency (RFA Attachment 12 and Sample Contract Exhibit L).
Summary of Public Feedback Included in the Final CCO 2.0 RFA
Addenda to the RFA
CCO 2.0 Reference Documents