Mark Ganz, who earned at least $4.1 million in 2019, will be replaced by Jared Short, the company's president and COO.
An annual event by CCO Oregon drew key players, who discussed the challenges of plunging revenues, ensuring access to a vaccine when one is available and adapting to the changing health care landscape.
The report identified wide-ranging, chronic problems, including a lack of leadership and failure to monitor $158 million of taxpayer money.
Today, CareOregon announced that Kerry Barnett will be joining the company’s Board of Directors, effective May 8th 2020.
Old. Chronically ill. Black.
People who fit this description are more likely to die from COVID-19 than any other group in the country.
When Tamarack Dispensary opened in the northwestern Montana city of Kalispell in 2009, medical marijuana was legal but still operating on the fringes of the conservative community.
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An 18-year veteran spoke at a news conference by sponsors of Measure 109, which would legalize magic mushrooms in a therapy setting.
The agency outlines changes that the coordinated care organization has to make to enter the Portland-area Medicaid market.