The cost of pharmaceuticals takes a toll on consumers, employers and all sectors of the healthcare industry. Who’s responsible for those high costs and what’s the best way to bring them down?
A settlement could be imminent between the state of Oregon and Zoom Health Plan to recover $3 million after its affiliate Zoom Management Inc. failed to pay the money in late 2016 in exchange for a surplus note, but never did.
Independent sources have told The Lund Report that a settlement agreement will likely happen by late September. Beyond recovering the $3 million, other penalties could be imposed that affect Zoom’s co-founders and majority stakeholders, Drs. Dave Sanders and Albert DiPiero.
The contentious battle between FamilyCare Health and the Oregon Health Authority shows no signs of letting up.
As Patrick Allen prepares to take over as interim director of the Oregon Health Authority, he may have his hands full looking for top managers. Not only have the Medicaid director and chief medical officer left in the last two months, but Dr.
Tickets are going fast for Oregon’s Health Forum’s breakfast on August 23 that takes an in-depth look at breaking down the barriers between K-12 education funding and healthcare dollars.