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  • Title: Careoregon - Home
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. |.. Find a Provider.. Contact Us.. Provider Login.. A.. Foreign Language Selection.. Google Translate provides automated translation for this web site.. Some content cannot be translated and none should be considered exact.. CareOregon is not responsible for the accuracy of the translation.. العربية.. 한국.. English.. زبان فارسی.. Română.. Россию.. Español.. Swahili.. Việt.. Print.. Jump To.. Find A Provider.. Drug Lookup Updates.. Email Customer Support.. Forms Documents.. View Medicaid/OHP Benefits.. View Medicare Benefits.. Glossary of Terms.. Healthwise Knowledgebase.. For Members.. For Providers.. Our Health Plans.. Health & Wellness.. Transforming Health Care.. About Us.. Homepage Top Banners.. August is National Immunization Awareness month.. Banner2.. Banner1.. Drug Search.. Forms & Documents.. Customer Service.. ¿Habla Español?.. Looking for a Doctor? Search for providers in your area.. Which Prescription Drugs are Covered?.. Look up drug  ...   The National Committee on Quality Assurance (NCQA) has awarded Commendable accreditation to CareOregon Health Plan and CareOregon Advantage Plus Medicare Advantage plan.. “We’re very pleased to earn NCQA Commendable accreditation,” said Margaret Rowland, MD, CareOregon Chief Medical Officer.. “Accreditation is a validation of the work we have been doing at CareOregon to provide better care for Oregonians, regardless of their social circumstances.. ”.. Read More.. Congratulations to.. Oregon's Health CO-OP!.. Oregonians now have the opportunity to help shape a.. consumer-based health CO-OP.. designed specifically for their needs and operated with member control.. Learn more by visiting their website at.. www.. ohcoop.. org.. Membership Options.. CareOregon.. Medicaid Services.. Plan Overview.. How to Qualify.. CareOregon Advantage.. Medicare Services.. How to Join.. H5859_4006_CO_0017 CMS Approved.. Copyright © 2010 CareOregon, Inc.. All rights reserved.. Careers.. News.. Sitemap..

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  • Title: Careoregon - Contact Us
    Descriptive info: Contact Us.. CareOregon-Operated Clinics.. Departments.. E-mail Us.. Office Hours:.. Monday - Friday from.. 8 a.. m.. - 5 p.. Learn about the benefits of becoming a CareOregon provider.. Contact Customer Service for more information.. :.. Contact Information.. CareOregon.. 315 SW Fifth Avenue, Suite 900.. Portland, OR 97204.. Customer Service:.. CareOregon and Health Share/CareOregon:.. 503-416-4100 or 1-800-224-4840.. Hours: 8 a.. , Monday-Friday.. CareOregon Advantage (Medicare):.. 503-416-4279 or 1-888-712-3258.. - 8 p.. , Daily.. CareOregon Dental:.. 503-416-1444 or 1-888-440-9912.. TTY/TDD Number:.. 1-800-735-2900.. You may also request to be contacted  ...   Find us.. on Facebook.. Follow CareOregon on twitter.. Get Directions.. 2013 Office Closure Dates:.. Tuesday, January 01.. New Years Day.. Monday, January 21.. Martin Luther King, Jr.. Day.. Monday, May 27.. Memorial Day.. Monday, July 4.. Independence Day.. Monday, September 2.. Labor Day.. Thursday, November 28.. Thanksgiving Day.. Friday, November 29.. Day after Thanksgiving.. Wednesday, December 25.. Christmas.. Technical web site assistance:.. For technical questions or comments about our web site,.. contact the Web Administrator.. For all other matters, contact CareOregon Customer Service at the numbers indicated above..

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  • Title: CareOregon - Provider Portal login
    Descriptive info: Provider Portal login.. Pharmacy Help Desk.. Provider Manual.. MMIS/DHS.. CareNews.. Accessing Resources.. Guidelines, Best Practices and Health Promotion.. Provider Updates.. Provider Support.. Glossaries.. Electronic HIPAA Transactions.. Provider Forms and Policies.. Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs).. :.. Provider Portal login.. ➲.. Connect, CareOregon’s Provider Portal.. It will make it easy for you to:.. Check detailed claim status.. Review Remittance Advices.. View authorizations on the detailed, line level.. Check detailed eligibility and member information, including PCP assignment, other insurance, and benefits.. Create and print PCP Rosters.. Search and verify ICD-9, CPT, HCPC, revenue codes and modifiers.. Log In to Connect using OneHealthPort.. OneHealthPort offers healthcare professionals an easy and secure way to access the provider sites of major local health plans.. To learn more about OneHealthPort’s single sign on solution or to register,.. visit OneHealthPort.. Log In using OneHealthPort.. Log In to Connect.. User ID.. Password.. Need access for your organization?.. |.. Tutorials.. Forgot Password?.. Having trouble logging in?.. The first step is for your clinic Administrator to register your organization:.. Each organization is free to assign the Administrator responsibility to the person(s) that best fits their needs.. The Administrator manages and  ...   be based.. only on the minimum amount of information necessary for purposes of health care operations.. Each organization should also select a back up Administrator.. Need HELP with the Portal?.. Many helpful.. tutorials.. can be found here.. Password resets/Locked out of portal –Call 1-877-814-9909.. General questions-Call CareOregon Customer Service 503-416-4100 or 1-800-224-4840.. You can also e-mail.. CareOregonConnect@CareOregon.. Contact your.. Network Relations Associate.. for training.. Note:.. Beginning January 1, CareOregon Connect no longer tests its functions for compatibility with Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE) 6 7.. While we do not currently expect any difficulties with the older versions, if you have problems viewing the site, you may wish to upgrade to IE 8.. Privacy Statement.. CareOregon is committed to protecting the privacy of our members’ information.. Service providers may be authorized to use our web services for business purposes only.. All authorized users must agree to use and disclose only the minimum amount of information necessary for purposes of health care operations, payment or treatment of CareOregon members, or as otherwise permitted by applicable laws and regulations.. Unauthorized use of the system is strictly prohibited and may be subject to criminal prosecution..

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  • Title: Careoregon - For Members
    Descriptive info: For Members.. Medicare Members.. Medicaid (OHP) Members.. Health Share of Oregon/CareOregon Members.. CareOregon OHP members.. (in Marion and Polk counties).. CareOregon Advantage (Medicare) members.. Health Share/CareOregon members.. (in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties).. Columbia Pacific CCO members.. (in Clatsop, Columbia, Western Douglas and Tillamook counties).. Jackson Care Connect members.. (in Jackson county).. Yamhill CCO members.. (in Yamhill County, and parts of Clackamas, Washington, Polk, Marion.. and Tillamook counties)..

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  • Title: Careoregon - For Providers
    Descriptive info: For Providers.. What makes CareOregon’s providers special?.. They know health isn’t just about health care.. They believe everyone deserves the right care at the right time.. They make a difference in the community.. And they are just plain fun!.. Learn more about some of our outstanding providers throughout the state.. CareOregon's Provider Portal.. Providers can access patient eligibility, prior authorizations and claims/payment information through our.. Provider Portal.. Provider Updates.. July 31, 2013.. Attention Primary Care Providers.. You may be eligible for increased reimbursement.. In November, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that practitioners who meet their new definition of.. More.. July 03, 2013.. Major change coming  ...   Formulary, July 15.. As of July 15, 2013 Doxycycline hyclate will be removed from the CareOregon OHP Formulary.. To read the official communication,.. June 25, 2013.. Health Share of Oregon – New Provider Portal.. Health Share of Oregon’s new provider portal is now available for checking the eligibility status of Oregon Health Plan members.. April 16, 2013.. Helpful tips regarding billing requirements for NDC services.. Here are some updated tips regarding billing requirements for National Drug Code (NDC) services.. Click here to view.. View all Provider Updates.. CareOregon Formulary Search.. Look up drug coverage by CareOregon plans.. Formulary Updates.. For more info, go to the Formulary List and Updates page..

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  • Title: Careoregon - Our Health Plans
    Descriptive info: Our Health Plans.. Medicaid Services/OHP.. Customer Service.. 1-800-224-4840,.. 503-416-4100.. TTY/TDD number.. 1-800-735-2900 or 711.. View the CareOregon Advantage.. brochure.. Learn about CareOregon’s efforts in.. improving health care for members.. CareOregon is your partner in good health.. What is important?.. Your health is! We partner with you and a wide network of outstanding providers and other resources to focus not just on your health care — but on your health.. We team with our members and their families to help them live better lives, prevent illness and respond quickly and effectively to health issues.. Sometimes protecting your health means we’ll help you find other agencies that can help you access non-medical support.. Taking care of your family’s health is a team effort.. We’re better together.. Why are we here?.. We are committed to improving and protecting the health of Oregonians on the Oregon Health Plan (OHP) and/or Medicare, that choose CareOregon as their health plan.. What is the Oregon Health Plan?.. The Oregon Health Plan is the state’s Medicaid program paid for by federal  ...   both Medicaid and Medicare (through CareOregon Advantage Plus HMO-POS SNP).. CareOregon /OHP.. How Does CareOregon Work with OHP to Serve You?.. Eligibility:.. Limited-income Oregonians may be eligible for one of the Oregon Health Plan (Medicaid) programs administered by.. Department of Health Services.. All applications come from the state.. Call 1-800-359-9517 to receive an application or to reapply.. What's special about Oregon Health Plan:.. The following are examples of what may be covered by OHP.. CareOregon members do not have a copayment requirement.. Prescription drug coverage.. Routine annual physical/preventative care.. Vision exam.. Family planning services.. Maternity, prenatal and newborn services.. Plan Overview.. Plan Benefits.. How to Qualify.. How to Apply.. Available in the following Oregon counties:.. Clackamas, Clatsop, Columbia, Jackson, Josephine, Marion, Multnomah, Polk and Washington.. If you have Medicare coverage, live in the covered counties and don’t have End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) you are eligible to join CareOregon Advantage.. What's special about CareOregon Advantage:.. $0 Copay for diabetic testing supplies.. $0 Copay for lab tests.. Vision exam and eyeglasses coverage.. Common Questions..

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  • Title: Health & Wellness
    Descriptive info: Health & Wellness.. Staying Healthy.. Common Health Issues.. Healthwise® Health Tips.. CareOregon Videos.. Member Stories.. CareLink Newsletter.. Top Articles.. Asthma.. Immunizations.. Quitting Tobacco.. Better Care at Lower Costs:.. Do I Need to Go to the Emergency Room?.. Pregnant? Get free text messages on the progress of your baby.. Sign up for Text4Baby.. Look up prescription.. drug coverage information.. Find a doctor with our.. Provider Search.. Health Wellness.. CareOregon works with you to help your family stay healthy.. It's Allergy Season.. Here are a.. few tips for allergy sufferers.. to help you through the spring and summer haze.. CareOregon's CareSupport Program.. CareOregon's team of nurses, behavioral health specialists and medical assistants is ready to help you with your medical concerns.. If you have several health issues..  ...   by calling 503-416-8055.. Video: Denise Johnson, CareOregon’s Health Education Coordinator, offers a simple way to stay fit.. View video.. Video: We’re CareOregon.. Meet some of CareOregon’s members.. Resources for Staying Healthy:.. Healthwise® Knowledgebase.. health conditions, shared decision-making, diseases, and medical tests and procedures.. Healthwise – Health Topics.. Healthwise – Medical Tests.. Healthwise – Medications.. Healthwise – Symptom Checker.. Healthwise – Interactive Tools.. Interactive Tool: What Health Screenings Do I Need?.. Interactive Tool: Are You Ready to Quit Smoking?.. Health Topic: Healthy Eating.. Health Topic: Asthma.. Also available through Healthwise®:.. Healthwise Online Spanish Health Guide.. More Resources for Healthy Living.. CareOregon Health Topics: Diabetes.. Health Topics: Depression.. Health Topics: Preventing Alcohol and Drug Abuse.. Resources for Women's Health:.. Healthwise – Women’s Health.. Healthwise – Pregnancy and Childbirth..

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  • Title: Careoregon - Transforming Health Care
    Descriptive info: Transforming Health Care.. CSSI.. Medical Home.. Learning Opportunities.. Program / Event Opportunities.. Presentations.. Global Partnerships.. Releasing Time to Care.. Members.. Health Policy.. Already participating in the Releasing Time to Care collaborative?.. Sign in here.. Learn more about the state’s plans for.. Download.. our Annual Report.. Together, we can make health care better for all.. CareOregon is committed to a number of initiatives designed to improve health care for all.. For example,.. Releasing Time to Care is transforming nursing in Oregon.. It was designed by nurses to free up hospital nursing staff to do what they were trained to do: direct patient care.. Four hospitals in Oregon are spreading Releasing Time to Care throughout their organizations.. Twelve hospitals in Oregon, California, British Columbia and Alaska are now spreading Releasing Time to Care throughout their organizations.. Interested in RT2C for your hospital? You can.. download an informative pamphlet.. or you can.. read more in the Releasing Time to Care section of this site.. Latest News, Articles  ...   Prescription.. August 09, 2012.. In Oregon, health reform is welcome.. Oregon has tried health reform before, with mixed results.. Now it's trying something new.. From Oregon Public Broadcasting in.. August 01, 2012.. Tri-County Medicaid group gets state OK.. The state of Oregon has approved the Tri-County Medicaid Collaborative, allowing the formation of the state's largest Coordinated.. Oregon Takes a Leading Role in Health Care Reform.. Hillel the Elder once asked, “If not now, when?” As the national debate over the future of health care continues unabated, Oregon.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. 9.. Next page.. Programs and Initiatives.. Care Support and System Innovation (CSSI) Program.. Primary Care Renewal (PCR)/Medical Home Model.. Learning Commons.. CareSupport Teams: Read the.. or.. more details.. Member Advisory Council.. Global Partners.. NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement, Britain.. Jönköping County Council, Sweden.. Southcentral Foundation, Alaska.. Videos.. Primary Care Renewal: Building Medical Homes in Oregon.. Releasing Time to Care: Seeing Big Results in Health Care.. See all CareOregon Videos..

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  • Title: Careoregon - About Us
    Descriptive info: About Us.. Who We Are.. CareOregon’s vision.. Board of Directors.. Fast Facts.. Annual Report.. Press.. Privacy.. Events.. See our current.. CareNews newsletter.. for providers.. Read our.. CareLink.. newsletter for members.. Download our.. We are CareOregon.. Some things you might not know about us:.. We are a non-profit health plan serving Medicaid and Medicare recipients in Oregon.. CareOregon's goal is to help assure that the people of Oregon, regardless of income or social circumstance, have access to high-quality health care from a stable network of providers.. To achieve this, we continue to be a well-managed, financially sound organization, providing access to high quality, cost-effective and culturally competent care.. We serve more than 150,000 members and their communities.. Our goal is to promote health for all Oregonians regardless of income or social circumstances.. That means expanding our network to include 1,530 primary care providers (serving members who receive their care in  ...   increase in health care costs is to improve the quality of care we receive per dollar.. So our goal is to learn from the best, and apply those lessons here to transform health care in Oregon.. Our work extends well beyond our own backyard through collaboration with.. global health care partners.. We are also committed to several initiatives focused on improving the state of.. More about CareOregon.. If you are a new or prospective member of CareOregon, read more about.. what CareOregon offers.. An overview:.. CareOregon:.. Quality Improvement Program Summary 2010.. Media Inquiries.. Many of CareOregon’s staff members are experts in the field.. Interview request.. information can be found in this section.. Please also see our.. Press Page.. for more information.. Join the Team.. CareOregon wants compassionate, innovative job candidates who are committed to transforming health care.. Meet some of our.. employees.. and take a look at our.. open positions..

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  • Title: National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
    Descriptive info: Nutrition & Activity.. Preventative Health Screenings.. Flu.. Alcohol / Drugs.. Living Well Workshops.. Pregnancy.. Men's Health.. Developmental Screening.. Colorectal Cancer.. Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.. Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month is a time to encourage everyone over the age of 50 to get screened regularly for colorectal cancer.. Colorectal cancer is cancer of the rectum or colon.. It’s the second leading cause of cancer-related death for both men and women.. The Facts about Colorectal Cancer.. People over the age  ...   polyps) inside the colon.. Family history of colorectal cancer.. Smoking.. Health conditions like Crohn’s Disease.. Being African-American.. Here’s the good news: you can reduce your risk if you get screened for colorectal cancer starting at the age of 50.. You can also reduce your risk of colorectal cancer by:.. Getting active.. Eating healthy.. Quitting smoking.. Other Resources.. Colorectal Cancer Risk Assessment Tool.. Healthwise Health Tips:.. Colon Cancer: Which Screening Test Should I have?.. The Cancer you can prevent..

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  • Title: Men's Health
    Descriptive info: Men's Health.. Becoming aware of and preventing men’s health problems is not just a man’s issue.. Your health has an impact on all the women in your life: mother, wife, daughter(s) and sister(s).. Men’s health is truly a family issue.. Taking daily steps to prevent disease and injury will improve physical and mental health.. Take a health action step today! Your first step could be to get a check-up.. Studies show men do not see their doctors as frequently as women do.. In fact, men are.. 24% less likely.. to have seen their doctor than women in the past year.. Make feeling good and enjoying a healthy life a “guy thing!” Here are a few more health action steps you can take:.. Prevention Steps.. Be Smoke-Free.. Quit using tobacco and avoid secondhand smoke.. Your health benefits cover nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) and telephone counseling to help you quit.. Get your flu shot every year.. Flu shots are free for members.. Talk to your Primary Care Provider.. Get enough sleep.. A lack of sleep can result in car and machine-related accidents.. Studies show adults should get 7 – 9 hours of sleep per night..  ...   veggies will help to protect you from chronic diseases.. They are also a great source of vitamins and minerals.. The fiber in fruits and veggies will help you feel full (with fewer calories) and make it easier to control your weight.. Check-ups and Screenings.. Your PCP is the best person to talk to about which preventive screenings are important to your health, based on your personal and family health history.. Blood Pressure.. High blood pressure has no symptoms, but can cause serious and permanent damage to your body organs.. Cholesterol Levels.. This screening is most important if you or a family member has a history of heart disease.. Colorectal cancer is the second most deadly form of cancer, but it doesn’t have to be.. Screening can find growths before they become cancerous and detect cancer at an early stage when it is highly treatable.. Diabetes.. Diabetes (high blood sugar) can cause problems with your heart, brain, eyes, feet, kidneys, nerves, and other body parts.. Other Resources:.. CareOregon Health Wellness: Quitting Tobacco.. CareOregon Health Wellness: Flu Shot.. Men’s Health.. Links to a variety of men’s health topics.. Why Do Fruits Vegetables Matter to Men?..

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