Yamhill Community Care is a Coordinated Care (CCO) that serves Oregon Health Plan (OHP) members in Yamhill County, Washington, and Polk counties.
Yamhill Community Care provides a different way of delivering care to OHP members. By working within the community, Yamhill Community Care :
- Integrates physical, dental, and mental health services.
- Brings new models of care that are patient‐centered and team‐focused.
- Is local enough to be relevant and large enough to be financially sustainable.
- Is locally governed by persons in the community, social service providers and local health care providers.
- Has a Community Advisory Council (CAC) that helps look at the community’s health care needs and recommend transformative changes.
Yamhill Community Care is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
The YCCO Strategic Plan
The 2016-2019 Strategic Plan outlines key priorities and items for implementation.
Community Health Assessment (CHA)
The CHA contains national, state, and local data used to create a better understanding of community needs. It identifies the healthcare needs of the Yamhill County-area community members who will be served by Yamhill CCO.
Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP)
The CHIP is an action plan created by the Community Advisory Council (CAC) using information from the CHA. It addresses the most important healthcare issues and offers a strategy for fixing those issues.
Community Oral Health Needs Assessment
The YCCO Oral Health Needs assessment was conducted in 2016 and examines the access to and perception of oral health care in Yamhill County.
Early Learning Hub Strategic Plan
This plan outlines specific objectives for Early Learning and family and youth support.
The YCCO Transformation Plan
The Transformation Plan documents YCCO’s efforts toward meeting statewide health goals in the Yamhill County area. It includes a timeline and names the people responsible for achieving target measures.