Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs)

In 2012, the Oregon Legislature set forth its plan transforming the Oregon Health Plan system through Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs). The Oregon Health Authority defines CCOs as "networks of all types of health care providers who have agreed to work together in their local communities" for Oregon Health Plan (Medicaid) recipients. CareOregon is engaged in building CCO partnerships with health care providers in multiple counties across Oregon.


Visit the CCOs Online

Health Share of Oregon

Jackson Care Connect

Columbia Pacific CCO

Yamhill Community Care

Informative Videos on CCOs and Patient Centered Medical Homes


CCOs in OregonVideo: What the CCO Transformation Means for Oregon.  Find out more in this informative video, created by the Oregon Association of Hospitals and Health Systems. View video 


Video: Introduction to the Patient-Centered Medical Home. This video explains how health care is gearing up to serve patients more efficiently. View video

The importance of Medicaid Video: The Importance of Medicaid to Communities, with Erin Fair.. CareOregon teams with provider clinics to create Primary Care Renewal.View video