All Health Share partners are reimbursing for telehealth services. Also, pharmacies should not turn Health Share members away if there is a discrepancy in their member assignments. All existing pharmacy authorizations will be honored during our response to COVID-19.

We have your back.

We are in extraordinary times in our health care community. Health Share of Oregon sends our gratitude to our dedicated and skilled care teams are risking their own safety to provide life-saving care to those affected by COVID-19.

We recognize that the situation is changing quickly and it can be challenging to stay up to date. Health Share is committed to supporting our care teams and keeping you informed so you can focus on serving patients. On this page, you will see regular provider updates as we provide guidance and information in the coming days and weeks.

What should clinic staff do if they suspect someone in their care has the coronavirus?


Please reach out to the CDC, OHA or your county health department. They can help you with any suspected cases and suggest the appropriate next steps.

Resources for health care staff:

Resources:

Pharmacies should not turn Health Share members away if there is a discrepancy in their member assignments. All existing pharmacy authorizations will be honored during our response to COVID-19.

CareOregon

Providence

Emergency Child Care is designated for Essential Health Workers, such as medical/hospital staff and EMT.

To receive a customized referral to emergency child care programs contact 211info by:

  • Calling 211. Listen to the prompt for Child Care and press the specified number.
  • Texting the keyword “children” or “niños” to 898211 (TXT211).
  • Emailing children@211info.org.
  • Click here to visit the website.

CareOregon is urging clients receiving mental health and substance use treatment services to contact their providers directly to learn how to access services. Many providers are shifting to offering services by phone. Please see the telehealth and phone-based services guidelines for behavioral health included above.

Clackamas County

Multnomah County

  • Multnomah County Resource Request Form and Instructions
    • Multnomah County accepts and processes resource requests 7 days a week. Unfortunately, the County does not guarantee that you will receive all or any of the items because the demand currently outstrips supplies. Please also be aware that agencies who receive resources from the County, State or Federal government should anticipate financial responsibility and may be required to reimburse all or some of the costs.


Washington County