EOCCO November 2022 Provider Newsletter
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EOCCO November 2022 Provider Newsletter—11/22/2022

EOCCO Clinics & Staff,

Welcome to the November issue of the EOCCO monthly newsletter. Below is a preview of the articles you will find in this month's issue:

  • Livongo Mailed Diabetes A1c Program
  • Q3 Language Access Report - Due 12/7
  • Register Now for Oregon ECHO Network's Winter Courses
  • Upcoming Events & Trainings
  • CPT Codes Removed from PA List
  • Colorectal Cancer Screening for Rural Communities ECHO
  • Reminders

Please let us know if you have any questions, concerns or recommendations. We would love to hear from you!

Please contact: Kelly Watanabe at kelly.watanabe@eocco.com

Thank you,

Your EOCCO Team

Livongo Mailed Diabetes A1c Program

EOCCO members enrolled in the Livongo Diabetes Self-Management (DSM) Program will be offered a chance to complete a mailed A1c test starting Wednesday, November 9th, 2022. EOCCO members will receive a notification to their meter after taking a reading with their blood glucose device (all members are provided with a meter upon DSM enrollment). You can watch this 2 minute video for more details on the member experience. Clinics will have an opportunity to receive the A1c results via secure email of their assigned patients who participated in the program. Contact EOCCOmetrics@modahealth.com with questions or concerns.

Q3 Language Access Report - Due 12/7

The Q3 2022 Language Access Report will be due to EOCCO on 12/7/22. This will include all visits where an interpreter was used between 7/1/22 – 9/30/22. If your site needs some assistance collecting information EOCCO can pull a report based on claims data for members who have indicated that their preferred language is not English. Please note that there may be additional members outside this list that used language assistance.

If you have any questions or would like to request a pre-filled report, please contact EOCCOmetrics@modahealth.com.

Register Now for Oregon ECHO Network's Winter Courses

Join the Oregon ECHO Network (OEN) this winter for a broad slate of programs to help Oregon healthcare professionals support their patients through case-based learning. Winter programs include:


  • Adult Mental Health II
  • Integrated Behavioral Health for Adult Populations
  • Reproductive Health in Primary Care (beginning February 2023)
  • Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Screening Outreach for Rural Communities (beginning March 2023)
  • AHEC Clinical Experiential Teaching
  • Public Health Preceptor


  • Pain Management and Substance Use Disorders in Dental Settings


  • Chronic Pain and Opioids
  • Recovery Peers in Medical Settings
  • Substance Use Disorders in Adolescents
  • Substance Use Disorders in Ambulatory Care: Effective Systems for Implementation
  • Substance Use Disorders in Hospital Care

All courses will be conducted virtually. Registration closes one week prior to classes starting. CME credits are available. To learn more about each ECHO program, or to register, visit the Oregon ECHO Network website.

Upcoming Events & Trainings

No-Cost MAT Wavier Training

The Providers Clinical Support System (PCSS) Half and Half Medications for Addiction Treatment (MAT) waiver training course provides an overview of buprenorphine, one of three medications approved by the FDA for the treatment of opioid use disorder (OUD).
This course fulfills the eight-hour requirement for providers who are eligible to prescribe buprenorphine in office-based settings for the treatment of OUD. The course also provides an overview of prevention, identification, and treatment of substance use disorders emphasizing OUD. Residents may take the course and apply for their waiver once they obtain their DEA license.
December 16, 2022, 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
This training is offered at no cost and provides no-cost CME credits. Click here for more information and to register.
Responsive Practice Training Opportunity:
Accessibility and Care for Individuals with Disabilities

The Oregon Office on Disability and Health (OODH) is now offering two free virtual trainings designed to increase disability awareness and improve access and inclusion within healthcare.
These two training modules are for anyone working in healthcare with an interest in improving their understanding of accessibility and providing care to individuals with mobility, developmental, and intellectual disabilities. The trainings come from the New Hampshire Disability and Health Program. Each module takes about 35 minutes, and upon completion, healthcare providers are eligible to receive free professional development credits.

Click here for more information about each training module, CME/CEU accreditation information, and a step-by-step guide for completing the trainings. Links to the trainings are also included below.

For general questions or to request accommodation for successful training completion, please contact the Oregon Office on Disability and Health at oodh@ohsu.edu.

CPT Codes Removed from PA List

Effective 11/1/2022, EOCCO removed prior authorization requirements for the following CPT codes:

  • 93306 - TTW w/Doppler Complete
  • 93303 - Echo Transthoracic
  • 93350 - Stress TTE Only
  • 93351 - Stress TTE Complete
  • 93312 - Echo Transesophageal
  • 93308 - TTE F-UP or LMTD
  • 93307 - TTE w/o Doppler Complete
  • 93241 - Ext ecg>48hr<7d rec scan a/r
  • 93242 - Ext ecg>48hr<7d recording
  • 93243 - Ext ecg>48hr<7d scan a/r
  • 93244 - Ext ecg>48hr<7d rev&interpj

Colorectal Cancer Screening for Rural Communities ECHO

The Oregon ECHO Network is excited to offer the Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Screening Outreach for Rural Communities ECHO program this coming spring. This 6-session ECHO will share evidenced-based approaches for clinical practices or regional health care organizations to improve colorectal cancer screening rates.

The sessions will cover topics such as how to identify patients for screening, implementing a program that fits local needs and unique barriers, and providing patient navigation throughout the screening process. They are recruiting program champions from health care or community organizations (health plans, health systems, or clinical practices) interested in improving CRC screening rates using population outreach.
This ECHO will be held via videoconference on 1st and 3rd Thursdays from noon -1 p.m., from March 23 - June 1, 2023.
Click here to register. Please contact OEN@ohsu.edu with any questions about this program.


Timely Access to Care Survey – EOCCO emailed the Timely Access to Care Survey out to clinics earlier this week. As part of the Oregon Administrative Rules and contract with the Oregon Health Authority, EOCCO is required to monitor the network to ensure all members are receiving care in a timely manner. This survey is for primary care, urgent care and specialty clinics.

Please take the survey by November 30, 2022. We appreciate your participation and accuracy.


Questions related to incentive measures, health equity, traditional health workers, SDoH, and HIT - Please email EOCCOMetrics@modahealth.com

Questions related to claims and payment information - Please email EOCCOProviderInquiry@modahealth.com

Need to verify if your provider or group NPI is active? Please use OHA’s verification tool

Need to register your practitioner, group or facility? You can find forms on EOCCO.com/Providers/becomeaprovider

If you would like to be added or removed from the email list, please let us know at kelly.watanabe@eocco.com