Thank you for your interest in doing business with CareOregon. The Procurement department manages the competitive process and establishment of contracts and purchases, ensuring they provide cost-effective procurement and facilitate supplier relationships that are mutually beneficial to CareOregon and vendors, focusing on effective procurement solutions.
Provider support services may be found at careoregon.org/providers/support.
Where to find CareOregon opportunities
CareOregon publishes its solicitations (request for proposals, invitation to bid, etc.) on the State of Oregon's OregonBuys website. Prospective proposers will need to register and sign in to OregonBuys to download solicitation documents and any published addenda, clarifying questions and other project information.
Standard terms and conditions
CareOregon has standard contract templates that are used in most CareOregon contracts. While these standard contract templates are used as a starting point for many contracts, terms and conditions may vary depending on the type of contract, funding source and other needs.
- Professional Services contract
- Goods & Services contract
- Short Form contract
- CareOregon PO Terms and Conditions
- Contractor Travel Reimbursement Allowance 2022 (mid-year revision)
- Contractor Travel Reimbursement Allowance 2022
- Contractor Travel Reimbursement Allowance 2021
- Business Associate Agreement
- Terms and Conditions for Cloud Services
- CareOregon Data Security Requirements
- CareOregon Medicare Compliance Addendum
- On-Call Scope of Work Form Template
Vendor service information
- Procurement Services: 503-416-7646, email@example.com
- Accounts payable:
- Email all invoices to: COVendorInvoices@careoregon.org
CareOregon COVID-19 vendor requirements
Historically underrepresented businesses
CareOregon is committed to taking affirmative steps to assure that minority-owned, women-owned, service-disabled veteran-owned businesses and emerging small businesses are used whenever possible.
CareOregon recognizes that, to achieve the vision of “Healthy communities for all individuals, regardless of income or social circumstances,” it must intentionally cultivate authentic member engagement, community partnerships and recruit, retain and develop a staff as diverse as the communities it serves. CareOregon has embarked on a continuous effort to understand the effects of historical, institutional and structural oppression on the various communities represented within its membership and personnel. CareOregon strives to internally — and in partnership with other like-minded organizations across sectors — redress policies, systems and health-related environmental issues that affect health care disparities and inequities.
Equity, diversity and inclusion is a cornerstone of CareOregon’s mission, vision and strategic objectives. CareOregon’s priority is strengthening our communities by making health care work for everyone. We do this by ensuring access to a broader and more diverse network of physical, dental and behavioral health services that address the individual needs and cultural values of our members, and reduces barriers to getting needed care.
CareOregon intends, through our procurement process, to collaborate with like-minded firms that share the same values and that will take actual steps to embody those values in the services provided to CareOregon and its providers, members and clients.