Oregon established the Oregon Integrated and Coordinated Health Care Delivery System in 2011 to enhance health care services for children and adult Oregon Health Plan enrollees. This new accountable care model is comprised of a statewide network of Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs) that provide integrated and coordinated care to the state’s Medicaid beneficiaries. Currently, 16 CCOs are in place across the state, working closely with the existing Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) program to serve over 90% of the state’s Medicaid beneficiaries. The implementation of CCOs includes many opportunities for support of primary care practices and improving the health of children through innovative projects and pediatric-specific performance measures.

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