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As you may know, Bi-Mart has announced the closing of their pharmacies with the intention to move all prescriptions to Walgreens pharmacies.

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La forma en que administramos sus beneficios de farmacia está cambiando. El cambio ocurrirá el 1 de enero de 2022.

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The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) recently amended OAR 410-141-3855 to now require CCO contracted providers to check the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) before prescribing controlled substances.

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Umatilla County has moved mental health services to a new provider. Your insurance coverage is not changing. Community Counseling Solutions (CCS) will be your new mental health provider. Your services will move from Lifeways to CCS on December 1, 2021.

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In spring of 2021, Umatilla County made the decision to conduct a request for proposal (RFP) for a single provider to offer mental health and substance use disorder treatment services. The county ultimately selected Community Counseling Solutions (CCS) as the new entity to provide both MH and SUD services. This change affects EOCCO members in Umatilla County.

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Pharmacy updates for 2022

Starting Jan. 1, 2022, the way we manage your pharmacy benefits will change.

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Getting the flu shot and COVID-19 vaccine helps lower your risk of fighting two viruses at the same time. Getting the flu shot and COVID-19 vaccine helps lower your risk of fighting two viruses at the same time.

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Starting Oct. 1, 2021, EOCCO members who have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine will have an opportunity to apply for a $200 Amazon gift card.

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