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Provider contracts with IHN-CCO

IHN-CCO is interested in hearing from community partners and providers on projects and programs in Benton, Lincoln and Linn counties that may positively impact the health outcomes of our members. There are multiple ways to connect with and partner with IHN-CCO including provider credentialing, Delivery System Transformation (DST) pilots, the SHARE Initiative and more.

If you are provider looking to contract with IHN-CCO for medical, behavioral, or oral health services, please go here for information on credentialing and requirements for becoming a network provider.

SHARE Initiative (Supporting Health for All through Reinvestment)

SHARE is a way IHN-CCO supports social determinants of health projects and programs in Benton, Lincoln, and Linn counties. SHARE is a new funding mechanism (started in 2021) with specific criteria from the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and must fall into the categories of economic stability, education, neighborhood and built environment, and social and community health. IHN-CCO may narrow the scope beyond the contractual requirements.

For more information about the SHARE Initiative statewide, visit the OHA’s SHARE Initiative webpage.

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Delivery System Transformation Committee (DST)

The DST generally releases a request for proposal (RFP) annually in the spring. The DST is focused on innovative strategies that transform the healthcare delivery system through partnerships and collaboration with the ultimate goal of reducing healthcare costs, improving health outcomes of IHN-CCO members and increasing access to services. Learn more about current and past pilot projects.

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