Oregon's Coordinated Care Organizations: Health System Transformation or Managed Care Revisited?

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A greater focus on coordinated care, or global health management, is the direction that health care reform is driving the health care industry. Oregon's approach to global health management is to replace fully capitated health plans, physician care organizations, and mental health organizations with coordinated care organizations. Further, Oregon is proceeding in the direction of moving physical and behavioral health, as well as dental health under the coordinated care organization umbrella. The ultimate goal is to coordinate as much health care as possible under a global care structure that will facilitate the delivery of improved care to more people at a lower overall cost.

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"Oregon's Coordinated Care Organizations:  Health System Transformation or Managed Care Revisited?" was published in Willamette Management Associates Insights,  Winter 2013

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Kelly Knivila
Barbara L. Nay
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