The Oregon Educators Benefit Board spent $10.5 million on a wellness program its advisors now say didn’t show results in improving the health of its members, and OEBB had no way of knowing if it saved money on medical costs.
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Andrew Stolfi, Oregon’s newest insurance commissioner, started far afield from insurance, finance and health plans.
Oregon Health Authority Director Pat Allen came on the job seven months ago amid a furor over the treatment of one of the state’s largest Medicaid plans, the last in a string of problems that doomed his successor.
FamilyCare inched one step forward last Friday in its years-long series of legal disputes with the Oregon Heal
Consumers in Eastern Oregon were overwhelmingly helped with Obamacare subsidies for the 2018 plan year, disproportionately receiving premium assistance compared to their fellow Oregonians in the rainy part of the state.
The search to replace Oregon Health & Science University President Joe Robertson is picking up steam, and the search committee expects to name its finalists by the week of April 17.
The jugglers on the Oregon Health Policy Board kept their balls in the air on Tuesday as they explored a raft of issues facing the state: expanding and supporting the healthcare workforce; making Medicaid more effective throug
The Oregon Educators Benefit Board approved a list of creative solutions to keep the health benefits for the state’s teachers below the caps mandated by the Legislature.
Oregonians need better information about health care costs, according to a new report from the consumer watchdog group OSPIRG.
The report says opaque health care prices mean Oregonians are both paying more and have less ability to make informed decisions.
More than half of the top-payed PERS retirees in Oregon once worked at OHSU – including one doctor who gets $57,078 per month from the Public Employees Retirement System even though his medical license was revoked after he left his job there.