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Transformation Plan Helps Improve Health Care

IHN-CCO’s Transformation Plan was approved by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid in 2013. The plan helps create programs and projects that improve local health care in Benton, Lincoln and Linn counties. IHN-CCO and the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) work together to help achieve Oregon’s health system goals and encourage continuous quality improvement. IHN-CCO and OHA recognized that Transformation Plans will change over time and have revamped the Transformation Plan to include Quality Strategies, resulting in the Transformation and Quality Strategy.

Transformation Pilots

Some of our most innovative work comes from our pilots. Learn about the IHN-CCO pilots currently underway.
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Highlights From Past Pilots

See how a few of our past pilots have made a difference in our communities:

Child Abuse Prevention & Early Intervention Pilot

Learn how the Child Abuse Prevention and Early Intervention Pilot has helped families.

"We are giving a lifeline to families that really need it."
- Tara Webster, Home Supervisor

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Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Pilot

The Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Pilot worked to improve accessibility and quality of care for survivors of sexual assault or abuse through Sarah’s Place at Samaritan Albany General Hospital.

See how the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Pilot has impacted survivors.

"Sarah’s Place has adopted the principle of trauma-informed care and provides compassionate, safe, non-judgmental care for patients."
- Tasha Mosbrucker, SANE RN

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Health & Housing Planning Initiative Pilot

The Health and Housing Planning Initiative pilot provided health navigation services to Linn and Benton County residents living in housing provided by Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services (WNHS) and connected them with health care and social services.

Learn how the Health and Housing Initiative Pilot made a difference in Linn and Benton counties.

"Home matters to everybody. Everybody should live in a safe and stable home. Everybody should be able to thrive and be surrounded by a community that cares."
- Brigetta Olson, Deputy Director, WNHS

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Our Transformation & Quality Strategy

Read the reports to learn about the areas of focus, projects and deliverables.

Stay in the Loop & Share Ideas

Follow our progress! Get on our mailing list and learn about upcoming meetings and events. Contact us and share your ideas for improving health care in Benton, Lincoln and Linn counties.