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OHSU Faculty Senate Wants Stronger Voice in Budget Process

Other faculty members believe OHSU has strayed from its mission of basic science and education, while administrators deny that’s the case.

The faculty at Oregon Health & Science University – for the very first time – has stepped forward to publicly share its concerns about how dollars are flowing to their departments.

Terry Coplin Earned Highest Salary Among CCO Execs

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Other CEOs who were paid hefty salaries last year included Jeff Heatherington, William Guest and Janet Meyer.

Terry Coplin, who oversaw the sale of Agate Resources – the parent company of Trillium Community Health Plan -- walked away with the largest compensation package among CCO (coordinated care organization) executives last year.

Joe Robertson’s Compensation Tops Million Dollars

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Recently OHSU’s board approved its fiscal 2017 budget. Both operating revenue and expenditures are expected to rise by 6 percent.

The seven highest paid executives at Oregon Health & Science University – Dr. Joe Robertson, Lawrence Furnstahl, Dr. Mark Richardson, Jeannette Mladenovic, Peter Rapp, Cynthia Grueber and Connie Seeley – together took home slightly more than $6.6 million in compensation during fiscal 2016, according to financial information released to The Lund Report.

PeaceHealth Loses Nancy Steiger

Concerns are also being raised about breaches in security.

One of the last members of Alan Yordy’s leadership team has exited PeaceHealth. Nancy Steiger, who had been chief executive of its Columbia Network, and spent nine years in executive positions, handed in her resignation.

Earling Leaves Premera Blue Cross, Joins State of Reform

Its affiliate, LifeWise of Oregon, already announced plans to leave the market at the end of 2016.

After a seven year high profile career at Premera Blue Cross, Eric Earling has joined State of Reform as senior vice president. He has since relocated to New Orleans to lead work on building its South Central edition, while continuing to support its projects on the West Coast.

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