February 27: What’s Ahead for CCO 2.0?

The letters of intent have been filed for the next round of CCO contracts. The Oregon Health Authority will award those contracts this summer, which are expected to cover more than 1 million low-income Oregonians.

Governor Kate Brown has already identified her recommendations: improve the behavioral health system, increase value and pay for performance, focus on social determinants of health and health equity, and maintain sustainable cost growth.

What will these new contracts look like? What challenges are ahead for the health care organizations expected to participate as they prepare for CCO 2.0? These are among the questions that health care leaders and government officials will discuss when they convene at this one-of-a-kind Oregon Health Forum event.

Panelists:
Patrick Allen, Director, Oregon Health Authority
Josh Balloch, Vice President of Government Affairs and Health Policy, AllCare Health
Gary Cobb, Member, CareOregon Community Advisory Council; Community Outreach Coordinator, Central City Concern
Eric Hunter, CEO, CareOregon
John Kitzhaber, Former Governor of Oregon

Moderator:
Andrew McCulloch, Retired President, Kaiser Permanente Foundation Health Plan/Hospitals, Northwest Region

Event Details:
7:00am Buffet Breakfast
7:30am – 9:30am Interactive panel discussion and audience questions
Location Multnomah Athletic Club (1849 SW Salmon St, Portland, OR 97205)

Parking
Free parking is available but limited in the lot adjacent to the MAC Club. In the event that parking at the Club lot is unavailable, drivers are directed to use other, private parking lots or street parking in the vicinity. These parking options are not, unfortunately, free or guaranteed for OHF attendees.

We encourage attendees to use public transit or car for-hire services such as taxis, Uber, or Lyft when possible.

The MAC club is served by TriMet Red and Blue Line MAX trains, which stop half a block away, at the Kings Hill/Southwest Salmon Street MAX Station. TriMet Bus Lines 51 and 63 also serve the MAC Club, with stops in both directions on SW Salmon Street. To plan a trip via TriMet, please refer to the TriMet Trip Planner.

Interested in sponsoring this breakfast forum? To learn about the benefits of supporting Oregon Health Forum contact DianeĀ Lund-Muzikant at diane@oregonhealthforum.org.