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Merger Between Agate Resources and Centene Could Reap Millions More in Coming Years

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Details about the merger were released to The Lund Report by a confidential source

The $109 million paid to the 215 owners of Agate Resources and two independent consultants only represents a portion of what these shareholders will earn during the next three years, according to the confidential un-redacted merger agreem

Moda Given the Okay by Insurance Division

The health insurer now has the green light and no longer faces sanctions.

Moda Health can breathe a sigh of relief after the Oregon Insurance Division lifted the Feb. 6 consent order, which required the company to sell a variety of assets and take steps to improve its financial position so it could continue serving its members.

Don’t Miss Our June 24 Breakfast Forum on Controlling Healthcare Costs

We’re bringing a national expert to town, Harold Miller, president and CEO of the Center for Healthcare Quality and Payment Reform.

Oregon Health Forum brings the most important issue facing providers – payment system reform – to the forefront at its June 24 breakfast forum at the Multnomah Athletic Club.

The event gets underway at 6:45 a.m., and runs until 9:15. This is definitely an event you won’t want to miss.

Tickets Going Fast for Our June 24 Breakfast Forum

We’re bringing a national expert to town, Harold Miller, president and CEO of the Center for Healthcare Quality and Payment Reform. Register today before our early-bird discount ends on Tuesday.

Oregon Health Forum brings the most important issue facing providers – payment system reform – to the forefront at its June 24 breakfast forum at the Multnomah Athletic Club.

Payment System Reform Faces Provider Community

The looming question is how to create a high-value healthcare system that everyone can support while also controlling the rising costs of healthcare. Learn more at our June 24 breakfast forum.

Oregon Health Forum brings the most important issue facing providers – payment system reform – to the forefront at its June 24 breakfast forum at the Multnomah Athletic Club.

Are Providence and PeaceHealth in Talks to Merge?

Or, have the two Catholic organizations only agreed to collaborate on creating new health and wellness services?

Not so many years ago when Alan Yordy was still the CEO of PeaceHealth, he told employees that due diligence and negotiations were underway to merge with Providence Health & Services.

FamilyCare, Oregon Health Authority Reach Settlement Agreement

The lawsuit, filed by FamilyCare, arose from the rate-setting process that began in 2014.

The Oregon Health Authority and FamilyCare are pleased to announce they have reached a settlement agreement that resolves the financial issues in dispute between the parties for the 2015 and 2016 rate years, which initially arose from the rate-setting process started in 2014 in response to the Ce

Who Will Win and Who Will Lose in The Battle to Control Healthcare Costs?

There’s no more important topic facing healthcare decision makers than controlling the rising costs of healthcare.

How can we create a high-value healthcare system that purchasers, providers and patients can all support, and, at the same time control the rising costs of healthcare? That’s the focus of our next breakfast forum on June 24 at the Multnomah Athletic Club.

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