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Tickets Going Fast to See Congressman Earl Blumenauer at May 31 Breakfast Forum

He’ll be joined on stage by Joanne Fuller, Janet Meyer, Morgan O’Toole and Jason Renaud, our moderator.

Now that the House  has passed a bill that would repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, what could be the impact on mental health funding at the federal level? Particularly if the U.S. Senate concurs.

More High-Level Execs Leave PeaceHealth

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With PeaceHealth expected to face financial losses, insiders speculate that possible deterioration of the Catholic nonprofit’s bond rating could prompt renewed merger talks with Providence.

PeaceHealth the healthcare giant based in Vancouver, Wash., appears to be on a downward spiral, with news that two more high level executives have handed in their resignations.

Founding Editor of The Lund Report Steps Down

Longtime Portland-based journalist Courtney Sherwood named editor-in-chief

In April 2009, I launched The Lund Report with very few resources but a determined spirit. I was convinced Oregon needed an independent news site – free of advertising – that told the truth about what goes on inside our healthcare system.

Oregon, Washington Executive Salaries Continue Upward Spiral

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Once again, Mark Ganz, president and CEO of Cambia Health Solutions, was the highest paid health insurance executive in Oregon.

Health insurance executives in the Pacific Northwest took home healthy salaries and bonuses in 2016, based on financial records filed in Oregon and Washington.

Oregon Health Forum Hosts Legislative Breakfast

The event is being held on April 25 at the Willamette Heritage Center in Salem

What’s the likelihood of the bill proposed by Rep. Mitch Greenlick that would transform the state’s coordinated care organization passing this legislative session? How about the pharmaceutical reforms envisioned by Rep. Rob Nosse?

Salary, Incentives Reach $1.5 Million for OHSU’s President, Dr. Joe Robertson

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The top highest paid executives at the academic institution garnered $754,701 in bonuses.

Oregon Health & Science University has released the latest salary and compensation figures paid to its top executives. Beyond the salaries, retirement and health benefits, their compensation includes bonuses paid between last July and February 19, 2017.

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