Oregon has fifteen health plans. Over 90% of the Oregon Health Plan members are enrolled in a Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs). CCOs are managed care entities that are either local community-based organizations or statewide organizations that have community-based participation in governance. Individuals only have a choice of CCO if more than one CCO is available where they live. CCO service areas are currently defined by ZIP Code and/or county.
This Oregon Medicaid Contract is for Jackson Care Connect, signed January 1, 2016.
For more information on Oregon’s Medicaid managed care programs, and to view other contracts, visit Oregon Medicaid Managed Care Contracts.