Jessica Floum

Willamette Valley Medicaid Insurer Will Drop Out of Oregon Health Plan  

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The major Medicaid insurer in the Willamette Valley will not apply for a piece of the state’s largest procurement in history -- the next contract to cover Oregon’s more than 1 million low-income Medicaid patients.

Gov. Kate Brown May Consider Repealing Health Insurance Rule That Saves $270M Per Biennium

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Gov. Kate Brown suggested Friday that she would consider rolling back a rule that prevents the state from double paying for state employees in the same family who are eligible for health coverage on their spouses’ plans.

Oregon Legislators Could Limit Hospital Tax Breaks, Increase Financial Scrutiny

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Oregon legislators are on track to propose bills that would increase financial reporting requirements and could limit property tax breaks for hospitals based on how much they spend on charity care and employee pay.

OHA Releases Requirements For Next Round Of Medicaid Contracts

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The Oregon Health Authority on Friday released a draft of its requirements for its next round of Medicaid contracts.

FamilyCare Trial Against Oregon Health Authority Delayed Up To Three Years

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A defunct Oregon Medicaid provider involved in a long-running, rate dispute with the Oregon Health Authority may have to wait up to three years to go to court.

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