Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs)
Health system transformation is actively underway both here in Oregon and across the country. In Oregon, communities are forming Coordinated Care Organizations to improve the health of their residents, ensure quality care and reduce costs. As part of the Oregon Health Authority, the Public Health Division plays an important role in helping CCOs achieve their goals.
For technical assistance related to public health approaches in health system transformation, please send an email to LPHA.CCO.TA@state.or.us
The following resources are for health care providers and public health professionals.
Prevention and Wellness Resources for CCOs
Meeting Oregon’s Triple Aim: Better health, better care, lower costs.