The Oregon Health Authority will hold three meetings at the end of April to gather public input about the coordinated care model and the state’s Medicaid reforms. Another set of public meetings will be held across the state in June.

Coordinated care organizations (CCOs) started doing business in Oregon in 2012 with a promise to improve care for people on the Oregon Health Plan (Medicaid) and reduce spending.

New CCO contracts will start in 2020, but the state is gathering public input now to help inform these contracts.

If you want to make suggestions for improving coordinated care in Oregon, please register to attend one of these meetings. These are all free events.

* 1. Which of the following meetings will you be attending?

* 2. What is your name?

* 3. Which of these topics are you most interested in discussing?

* 4. Please enter your email if you'd like to be updated on CCO 2.0 events and activities

* 5. What type of CCO stakeholder are you? (select all that apply)