The Oregon Medical Insurance Pool may have to pay Regence BlueCross BlueShield $10 million more than it expected after the insurer informed the OMIP board late last month about a number of previously unseen accounting di
Christopher David Gray
The Lund Report: Let’s start off the top with the most pressing issue for Oregon consumers. How prepared will the exchange be for Oregonians to re-enroll through healthcare.gov on November 15?
Rep. Alissa Keny-Guyer, D-Portland, will make expanding healthcare to all Oregon children a top legislative priority, she told an audience at the State of Reform conference Wednesday at the Portland Hilton.
Oregon is heading toward a huge budget challenge because of new rules from the U.S. Department of Labor that boosts the rights of home care workers and aligns them with other sectors of the work force.
Oregon’s efforts to improve community mental health services came into focus at this week’s quarterly legislative days, with the director of the Addictions and Mental Health Division at the Oregon Health Authority discussing a long list of investments the state has made into county-base
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The Oregon Health Authority has caved to pressure from Providence Health System and others and has prevented a 2013 law designed to offer patients greater knowledge of their choices for referrals from taking full effect.
The state is backing away from any involvement with new Obamacare health enrollments come Nov.
One of Oregon’s healthcare leaders is in the political fight of his life this fall, with a rematch against a formidable Republican opponent who came within 300 votes of knocking off Bates in 2010.
Providence employees will now have comprehensive autism treatment covered, according to an internal memo to “Providence caregivers” obtained by The Lund Report.