Coordinated Care Organizations

Coordinated Care Organizations (CCO) were developed as a result of 2009 legislation that created the Oregon Health Policy Board (OHPB) and the Oregon Health Authority (OHA), to address the issues of cost, quality, and access.

In order to achieve this goal, there is a focus on three objectives:

The Triple Aim
1. Improve the lifelong health of all Oregonians.
2. Increase the quality, reliability and availability of care to all Oregonians.
3. Lower or contain the cost of care so it is affordable for everyone.

More information can be found through these links.

General CCO information (including a list and map of CCOs.)

CCO Fact Sheet

Why CCOs Matter to School Nurses (Slides)

Guide for Assessing Student Health Conditions
From Multnomah Education Service District

Health Conditions Addressed by Oregon's School Nurses

Health Conditions Per 100 U.S. Students
A 2-sided graphical chart with references
From the National Association of School Nurses

Health Services Request
From Multnomah Education Service District

Health Share of Oregon OPIP and School Nurses Agenda

Health Share of Oregon - School Nurse Role

Health & Social Services Annual Report
From Multnomah Education Service District

Healthy People 2020 Summary of Objectives

House Bill 2693 - enrolled

Responding to Student Health Conditions

Task Force on School Nurses, Findings andRecommendations of the

Schools + School Nurses =Safe and Healthy Students (NASN) [Click here for more resources from this project including a Presentation to "make the case" for providing funding for school nursing and a Presenter's Guide.]

The Case for School Nursing document (NASN)
[Includes research that shows a connection between school nursing and student attendance]

Maughan, E. (2003). The Impact of School Nursing on School Performance: A Research Synthesis. The Journal of School Nursing. 19(3), 163-171. [Click here for OSNA/NASN member information for accessing The Journal of School Nursing online.]

(2003). The American Academy of Pediatrics POLICY STATEMENT: The role of the school nurse in providing school health services. The Journal of School Nursing. 19(3), 127-129. doi:10.1177/10598405030190030201. [Click here for OSNA/NASN member information for accessing The Journal of School Nursing online.]

Timeline for Implementation of HB 2693