Coordinated care organization contracts
- • terms and amendments
- • 60 days’ advance notice
(1) A contract entered into between the Oregon Health Authority and a coordinated care organization under ORS 414.625 (Coordinated care organizations) (1):
(a) Shall be for a term of five years;
(b) Except as provided in subsection (3) of this section, may not be amended more than once in each 12-month period; and
(c) May be terminated if a coordinated care organization fails to meet outcome and quality measures specified in the contract or is otherwise in breach of the contract.
(2) This section does not prohibit the authority from allowing a coordinated care organization a reasonable amount of time in which to cure any failure to meet outcome and quality measures specified in the contract prior to the termination of the contract.
(3) A contract entered into between the authority and a coordinated care organization may be amended more than once in each 12-month period if:
(a) The authority and the coordinated care organization mutually agree to amend the contract; or
(b) Amendments are necessitated by changes in federal or state law.
(4) The authority must give a coordinated care organization at least 60 days’ advance notice of any amendments the authority proposes to existing contracts between the authority and the coordinated care organization, or to contracts to be renewed, including the global budget paid to the coordinated care organization under the contract.
(5) An amendment to a contract may apply retroactively only if:
(a) The amendment does not result in a claim by the authority for the recovery of amounts paid by the authority to the coordinated care organization prior to the date of the amendment; or
(b) The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services notifies the authority, in writing, that the amendment is a condition for approval of the contract by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. [2013 c.535 §2; 2015 c.799 §1; 2016 c.79 §1]
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