Access to health care, like access to roads and electricity, is part of any community’s basic needs. For our most vulnerable residents, access is often limited. As Oregon implements a new coordinated system for people on the Oregon Health Plan/Medicaid, Multnomah County works to provide care, prevent future issues and improve health outcomes for all residents.
News and Announcements
2/25/13 - 4:30 pm
Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 26, Health Share of Oregon members in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington counties will begin receiving new identification cards in the mail. The new ID cards are part of Oregon’s health reform. Multnomah County and its partners are working to improve the network of care around our patients on the Oregon Health Plan.
Health Share of Oregon press release: Health Share of Oregon Community Advisory Council to hold public meeting
10/1/12 - 11:11 am
Health Share of Oregon, the state’s largest of the new Coordinated Care Organizations serving Oregon Health Plan members, is opening to the public the monthly meeting of its Community Advisory Council (CAC). The next is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 5.
8/31/12 - 1:27 pm
On Sept. 1, the state’s largest coordinated care organization, Health Share of Oregon, will launch operations. Health Share of Oregon is the new name of the Tri-County Medicaid Collaborative. This means that beginning on Saturday, 212,000 Oregon Health Plan members who receive medical and behavioral health care in Multnomah, Washington or Clackamas counties will be enrolled in either Health Share of Oregon or FamilyCare Health Plans, Inc.