CareOregon is fortunate to belong to many compassionate and innovative organizations advocating for better health care both locally and nationally. We know it will take shared learning and collaboration to improve the health of CareOregon members and the health care system. Our partners range from national health care coalitions to local business organizations.
Below is a brief description and link to organizations of which CareOregon is a member.
- America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) is the national association whose members provide coverage for health care and related services. AHIP serves as a strong, unified voice for an industry that is leading the way in transforming health care.
- Association for Community Affiliated Plans: ACAP is a national trade association based in Washington, DC, comprised of 57 non-profit Medicaid focused health plans from across the country. They advocate for policy solutions to strengthen the Medicaid program.
- Human Services Coalition of Oregon: HSCO is comprised of organizations and individuals whose purpose is to educate and advocate in the Oregon Legislature for vulnerable Oregonians.
- Institute for Healthcare Improvement: IHI is an independent Massachusetts-based non-profit which works with health care providers and leaders throughout the world to ensure all people receive safe and effective health care through the broadest possible adoption of best practices and effective innovations.
- Oregon Health Equity Alliance (OHEA): a collective effort of regional and state partners who seek to make Oregon a more equitable place for all.
- Oregon Health Care Quality Cooperation: The Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation (aka Quality Corp or Q-Corp) is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality and affordability of health care in Oregon by leading community collaborations and producing unbiased information.
- Oregon Health Leadership Council: OHLC is a collaborative organization working to develop practical solutions that reduce the rate of increase in health care costs and premiums so health care and insurance is more affordable to people and employers in Oregon.
- Oregon Primary Care Association: OPCA is a non-profit membership organization whose members are community health centers (also known as Federally Qualified Health Centers, or FQHCs) and their supporters.
- SNP Alliance: The SNP Alliance is dedicated to improving policy and practice for frail, disabled and chronically ill beneficiaries of Medicare Allies for a Healthier Oregon / We can Do Better: convenes advocates in conversation about strategies and actions to improve health and health care in Oregon.