Transforming Health Together

As the backbone organization in collective impact, Health Share of Oregon is working with our partner health plans to further the goal of creating a regional system of care that achieves the Triple Aim of better care, better health and lower costs for the Medicaid population and the Tri-County Metro community.

Achieving the Triple Aim will take more than just payment reform; it will take working collaboratively on a full-scale overhaul of the way that patients, providers and health care delivery systems interact with one another.

Our health as individuals and as a region depends not just on the medical system, but also on the resources available to each of us in our communities.  We are committed to making the health care delivery system as responsive to the needs of those we serve as possible.  We are also committed to strengthening partnerships with others outside the health care system to reach a mutual goal of ensuring the healthiest and most productive life possible for everyone.

Working in collaboration with our partners to reduce silos, Health Share is working to ensure members get the health care and social support they need, when and how they need it. Primary care providers, specialty care providers and others are working more closely together through:

  • Care Innovations, include the Advanced Primary Care Model, Hospital Care and Maternal, Child & Family Wellness
  • Community Health, creating a health community through healthy homes, prevention and wellness education, chronic disease self-management in supportive housing and more
  • Developing enhanced opportunities for learning and collaboration

In addition, Health Share works closely with community, state and local governments, health advocacy groups, communities of color and social service agencies to help address social determinants of health in a patient centered, culturally relevant way.

Collectively, these efforts provide the road map for how Health Share of Oregon will transform the system to pay for positive health outcomes.