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NOABD Letters

In the event a benefit or referral to a provider has been denied, IHN-CCO members will get a Notice of Adverse Benefit Determination, or NOABD. This notice is only a letter, not a bill. There is nothing members are required to do at the time it is received. This letter is to inform you of the denial decision and your rights to appeal the decision. The provider of service will also receive the denial letter. They may need to correct any issues. They should not bill you for the service unless you have signed a state approved waiver.

COVID-19 Vaccine

Learn about the COVID-19 vaccine and how to get it from Samaritan Health Services and its county health partners. 

Find out if you’re eligible at GetVaccinated.Oregon.gov.

COVID-19 At-home Test for Free

Medicare will pay for the cost of up to eight individual home test kits per month, but now our Samaritan Advantage members must present their Original Medicare card at a participating pharmacy (not their Samaritan Advantage ID card). If you have any questions you can contact Customer Service. 

Explore Your Member Benefits

You have many health care benefits as our member. We make it simple for you to understand what is covered and what is not. You also have special services that are there when you need them.
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IHN-CCO Is Your Oregon Health Plan

Learn about your IHN-CCO member ID card and who to contact with your questions about being a member of  IHN-CCO.

IHN-CCO provides Oregon Health Plan care in Benton, Linn and Lincoln counties.

Learn How You Can Make an Impact in Your Community

Join the Community Advisory Council

The IHN-CCO Community Advisory Council (CAC) is made up of local community members and county government representatives. Hear from some of our representatives in this short video, then learn more about how to get involved with the Council.
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Contact Us

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 2300 NW Walnut Blvd.
    Corvallis, OR 97330

 Visiting hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday

Directions

Call

(8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday)

 Office: 541-768-4550
     Toll free: 800-832-4580
     TTY: 800-735-2900

Email

A representative will respond within one business day.

Translation/Interpretation

If you need to speak to someone in another language, please call us or visit our location during visiting hours. (Para ayuda en español, por favor hacer clic aquí.)
Interpreters are available at no cost to you. Members, potential members, family members or caregivers can request an interpreter.

How We Serve You

We are InterCommunity Health Network Coordinated Care Organization. To make it simple, you can call us IHN-CCO. Some of you have known us in the past as just IHN. Today, we are something new. We are local doctors, county governments, non-profit organizations, and passionate citizens that are working together to improve our health and health care.
 
Here are some of the ways we are changing how health care works in your community:

Community Advisory Council

Our members and other citizens advise us on what is important. See their advice for improving your community’s health.

Transformation Plans

We are continually looking for ways to make your healthcare work better. Read our plans for changing health care and learn about the progress we have made.

Pilot Projects

Local doctors and other care providers have some great ideas that could really make a difference. See what’s being done now.