About Us

Health Share of Oregon emerged from a group of private and public organizations addressing a single, complicated question: Can we together improve the quality of care and the care experience of Oregon Health Plan members, and do it for less money?

This unique community-wide partnership formed to create a Coordinated Care Organization (CCO), working together to provide integrated health care delivery and ensure quality, cost-effective care for Oregon Health Plan members in the Tri-County Metro area.

Through collective impact, we have worked to foster a community of sharing and learning across systems through identification and promotion of best practices, process enhancements and clinical expertise. From health plans and hospitals to individual providers, health clinics and social service agencies, we have embraced the concept of community-wide collaboration. Transformation will come from the collective impact of changes that occur across the system from those committed to making it better.

Health Share is governed by a Board of Directors, which takes recommendations from the Community Advisory Council on the strategic direction of the organization.

Member Organizations

Adventist Health, CareOregon, Central City Concern, Clackamas County, Kaiser Permanente, Legacy Health, Multnomah County, Oregon Health & Science University, Providence Health & Services, Tuality Healthcare and Washington County.

Key Partner Organizations

Metro Area Community Health Centers, the Oregon Medical Association and the Oregon Nurses Association.

Stakeholder Involvement

Many organizations are involved in the work of Health Share. Stakeholder involvement and engagement is critical to Health Share’s success. Stakeholders include:

  • Oregon Health Plan Members
  • Behavioral Health Providers
  • Business Groups
  • Health Advocacy Groups
  • Communities of Color
  • Primary Care Providers
  • Specialty Care Providers
  • Dental Providers
  • Health Insurers
  • Oregon Health Authority
  • Legislators & Local Officials
  • Educational Institutions
  • Social Service Agencies
  • Community Members At-Large