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Oregon Complex Care Collaborative Meeting. November 5, 2013 Eugene, OR. Welcome!. Housekeeping announcements Restrooms Silence ringers Photo and video Agenda Packet. Goals: Champion and promote health systems transformation in partnership with CCOs, providers and communities.

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welcome
Welcome!
  • Housekeeping announcements
    • Restrooms
    • Silence ringers
    • Photo and video
  • Agenda
  • Packet
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Goals:

  • Champion and promote health systems transformation in partnership with CCOs, providers and communities.
  • Build an effective learning network for CCOs.
  • Foster the spread of transformation beyond Medicaid.
  • Ensure state agency operations, policies and procedures support transformation.

www.transformationcenter.org

what did we learn
What did we learn?
  • Need for Networking
    • Successes and failures
  • How do we define this work and need for a common language?
    • Complex care vs complex pt vs high utilizer vs “hot-spotting”
    • Common drivers? Common strategies?
    • What’s the outcome(s) and how should we measure it?
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Population/condition focus

      • SPMI/Mental Health
      • Substance abuse
      • Maternal care
      • Child health
      • Chronic pain/opiate use
  • The context of the work
    • Hospitals, ED’s, clinics, homes
    • Rural vs Urban
    • Primary care vs Mental Health clinics
    • FQHC vs private clinic
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Please complete an evaluation
  • Thank you for participating today and for your feedback about how we can continue and improve this work!
contact us
Contact us:

www.transformationcenter.org

Ronald.Stock@state.or.us

971-673-3361

Emilee.i.Coulter-Thompson@state.or.us

971-673-1244

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