About Us

What we do

Health Share of Oregon serves Oregon Health Plan members in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties. We work with our community to connect our members with the services they need to be healthy.

Through Health Share, members have access to the Oregon Health Plan's largest network of health plans, doctors, counselors, dentists, and more! Members can get mental health and substance use care through the county they live in (Clackamas, Multnomah or Washington). Members can also choose from five (5) dental plans and the below medical plans*:

  • Kaiser Permanente

  • Providence

  • CareOregon

  • Tuality Healthcare

*Some plans may close to new membership from time-to-time. Call Health Share Customer Service to change your health plan or see if a plan is accepting new members (503-416-8090 or toll free 1-888-519-3845, TTY/TDD 711).

Who we are

Health Share is Oregon's largest coordinated care organization, serving more than 300,000 OHP members. Health Share was founded and continues to be governed by eleven health care organizations serving OHP members:

  • Adventist Health

  • CareOregon

  • Central City Concern

  • Clackamas County

  • Kaiser Permenente

  • Legacy Health

  • Multnomah County

  • Oregon Health & Science University

  • Providence Health & Services

  • Tuality Healthcare 

  • Washington County

Health Share is governed by a Board of Directors, which takes recommendations from the Community Advisory Council on the strategic direction of the organization.

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Other Reports

Stakeholder Involvement

Many organizations are involved in the work of Health Share. Stakeholder involvement and engagement is critical to Health Share’s success. Stakeholders include:

  • Oregon Health Plan Members

  • Behavioral Health Providers

  • Business Groups

  • Health Advocacy Groups

  • Communities of Color

  • Primary Care Providers

  • Specialty Care Providers

  • Dental Providers

  • Health Insurers

  • Oregon Health Authority

  • Legislators & Local Officials

  • Educational Institutions

  • Social Service Agencies

  • Community Members At-Large