2022 CCO Metrics Methodology
This update applies to Advanced Health (OHP) providers.
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) Incentive Metrics Program uses quality health metrics to demonstrate how well CCOs are improving the health of the communities they serve. Incentive metrics are integral to the success of the CCO model, encouraging health plans and their provider partners to develop innovative approaches to serve Oregon Health Plan members. These metrics measure quality of care, access to care, and health outcomes for individuals enrolled in CCOs. OHA develops the measures and awards funds from the quality pool to CCOs based on their annual performance on the measures. Each CCO establishes the methodology for distributing the incentive funds to participating providers.
The Advanced Health methodology is developed in partnership with the provider community and is reviewed and approved by both Advanced Health’s Boards of Directors. Advanced Health deducts the administrative fee and taxes from funds received from OHA prior to distribution. The methodology outlined below is effective for calendar year 2022.
If you have any questions, please contact Advanced Health’s provider relations team at (phone number) or email (email)
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Oregon Health Authority Quality Incentive Measure Program
How the quality incentive measures work:
OHA allocates quality pool funding from a percentage of aggregate payments made to all CCOs for the year.
The CCO’s performance as a whole is measured by OHA.
OHA sets a Benchmark target for all CCOs in Oregon to work toward.
OHA also sets an Improvement target that is unique to each CCO, based on their performance from the previous year.
To meet an incentive measure, the CCO must reach either the state-wide Benchmark target or the individual CCO’s Improvement target.
2022 Quality Metrics
2022 CCO Incentive Measure List
- Childhood Immunization Status
- Immunizations for Adolescents
- Child and Adolescent Well-Child Visits for Ages 3-6
- Prenatal & Postpartum Care
- Screening for Depression and Follow-Up Plan
- Health Aspects of Kindergarten Readiness: CCO System – Level Social Emotional Health
- Cigarette Smoking Prevalence
- Alcohol and Drug Misuse: Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral for Treatment (SBIRT)
- Members Receiving Preventive Dental or Oral Health Services for Ages 1-5 and 6-14
- Oral Evaluation for Adults with Diabetes
- Mental and Physical Health and Oral Health Assessment Within 60 days for Children in DHS Custody
- Comprehensive Diabetes Care: HbA1c Poor Control
- Initiation and Engagement of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse or Dependence Treatment
- Meaningful Language Access to Culturally Responsive Health Care Services
Resources & Contacts
Technical Specifications and Guidance Documents for CCO Incentive Measures
Amanda McCarthy, Quality Manager – email@example.com