Image Cainan Molzer (far right), 17, of Medford, poses with his family. | COURTESY JOE MOLZER Facing Scrutiny, Oregon Will Phase Out Barriers To Children’s Health Care After concerns went public, Oregon Health Authority abandoned its one-of-a-kind system for children on Medicaid that has led to denials for medically necessary care. Feb 9, 2022 Image Cainan Molzer (far right), 17, of Medford, poses with his family. | COURTESY JOE MOLZER Oregon Public Broadcasting Features Watchdog Work Of The Lund Report Senior Reporter Ben Botkin revealed documents showing employees at Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Health & Science University are calling Oregon's system denying children medical necessary care improper and even racist. Jan 27, 2022 Image PIXABAY Lawmakers Seek Coverage For People Kicked Off Oregon Health Plan With Medicaid redeterminations to resume this year, low-cost ‘public option’ discussions are gaining in urgency. Jan 18, 2022 Premium Image Cainan Molzer (far right), 17, of Medford, poses with his family. | COURTESY JOE MOLZER Oregon Faces Scrutiny Over One-Of-A-Kind Hurdles to Children’s Health Care Advocates say low-income children in Oregon deserve the same guarantee of health care that every other state has. Jan 13, 2022 Image Trillium's offices in Eugene. | CHRISTIAN WIHTOL/THE LUND REPORT Trillium May Resume Enrolling Oregon Health Plan Members in Portland Metro Area, State Says The insurer has made enough progress for its freeze to be lifted, but more improvements are still needed, Oregon Health Authority said. Jan 11, 2022 Premium Image SHUTTERSTOCK Oregon Prepares To Expand Coverage to Undocumented Adults Cover All People, a new program intended to combat disparities and improve health, will make the Oregon Health Plan open to people regardless of their immigration status starting July 1, 2022. Dec 28, 2021 Premium Image SHUTTERSTOCK State Auditors Flag Questionable Oregon Health Plan Billing Their report urges safeguards to prevent bogus Medicaid billing during hospital stays. Dec 15, 2021 Image Oregon State Capitol in Salem. | BEN BOTKIN/THE LUND REPORT CCOs, Lawmakers Push Back On New Medicaid Revenue Rules The Oregon Health Authority is battling headwinds over new rules requiring the state's coordinated organizations use a portion of Oregon Health Plan revenue to fund social determinants of health. Dec 2, 2021 Premium Image SHUTTERSTOCK Officials Try To Avert Loss Of Health Care Coverage For Up To 300,000 Oregonians With eligibility checks on Oregon Health Plan members expected to resume as soon as January, the state wants to slow down the process and increase outreach. Nov 18, 2021 Premium Image EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ALEXANN WESTLAKE IN OUR COMMUNITY BIRTH CENTER'S WATER-BIRTH ROOM./CHRISTIAN WIHTOL/THE LUND REPORT Challenges For New Lane County Birth Center Reflect Larger Problem With health insurance coverage limited for non-hospital births, Our Community Birth Center starts out small with plans to grow. Nov 16, 2021 Premium First page « First Previous page ‹ Previous Page 1 Page 2 Current page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 … Next page Next › Last page Last » Subscribe to Oregon Health Plan Newsletter Sign up for our health news updates. Email Address Get Involved COVERING MEASURE 110Help us investigate the implementation of Oregon’s Drug Addiction Treatment and Recovery Act.SHARE YOUR PERSPECTIVEWhether you work within the health system or experience it as a patient, we want to hear from you.NEWS TIPSSecurely submit an anonymous news tip or confidential document.DONATESupport our journalism by making a tax-deductible gift.