The Oregon Health Authority released Thursday its fourth annual Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) Metrics Report. The report details CCO performance on a variety of quality measures, and shows the incentive payments the 16 health plans will receive based on each plan’s results in serving Oregon Health Plan members. For 2015, CCOs received a combined total of $168 million in incentive payments. These pay-for-performance funds mark a continued movement toward paying for quality and access to care–not just services delivered–in Oregon’s health care system.
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