SB 231 is the first step in achieving some meaningful payment reform for primary care.  The bill requires most insurers, including commerical insurers, OEBB, PEBB and the CCOs,  to report their primary care spending.  The first report is due December 31, 2015.  The bill also requires OHA to create a voluntary collaborative to discuss best practices and technical assistance.  This collaborative will also have limited anti trust execption.  Click here to read the bill.


The OAFP advocates for policies that improve the lives of family physicians and the individuals and families we serve. 

The OAFP has voted to forgo funding from pharmaceutical companies — including advertising in our magazine and exhibiting at our conferences — to provide assurance that our work is free from any influence from the pharmaceutical industry in its policies, programs and operations.

Click here for the latest Legislative Update from our lobbyist, Doug Barber.

CCO Connections.  Need to know who the Medical Director for your CCO is?  Want to know what other OAFP members are on the governing board of your CCO?  Would it be helpful to know who your Innovator Agent and Provider Services representatives are?  LOOK HERE.

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