FamilyCare Health is a Medicare and Medicaid managed care organization that coordinates medical, behavioral health and dental care for more than 120,000 Oregonians.
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As one senator’s health care emergency upended what was supposed to be an action-packed week for the Senate health care bill, Capitol Hill’s denizens began rebooking Monday.
One of the fiercest complaints about the Affordable Care Act is that it imposed a government mandate on consumers to purchase coverage with a broad and specific set of benefits — including maternity care, mental health treatment and limits on out-of-pocket costs — whether they wanted those benefi
A year and a half after being named Oregon’s state Medicaid director, Lori Coyner has left state government—leaving David Simnitt, who has been the Oregon Health Authority’s health policy director, to fill the role on an interim basis until a new Medicaid director is hired.
Health leaders across Oregon are bracing themselves for a massive influx of people later this summer, when a total solar eclipse can be viewed across a wide swathe of the state. There’s no simple template to prepare for the Aug. 21 event.
Oregon’s congressional delegation has reacted along predictable party lines to the latest Republican-drafted attempt to overhaul the Affordable Care Act, released Thursday, with the state’s two Democratic senators and four Democratic representatives denouncing the bill, as Republican Rep.
Rose Villa, an independent, non-profit Continuing Care Retirement Community is seeking a RN Resident Care Manager for Madrona Grove Supportive Living, which is a licensed nursing facility (ICF level
As Republicans work to replace the Affordable Care Act, Democrats have taken up a challenge to improve the existing health insurance marketplace.
Senate Republican leaders Thursday released their revised bill to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act, but they acknowledged that furious days of negotiation have not yet secured the 50 votes necessary to pass the measure over unanim