Image The Legislature is in session. | BEN BOTKIN/THE LUND REPORT Lawmakers Pass Bill To Put Undocumented Residents On Medicaid The Oregon House passes House Bill 3352, to make people eligible for Medicaid regardless of their immigration status. Jun 25, 2021 Premium Image SHUTTERSTOCK Oregon Health Authority Finalizes COVID-19 Vaccine Incentives For CCOs The plan will allocate about $25 million to reward coordinated care organizations that boost the vaccine rates of their members. Jun 18, 2021 Premium Image SHUTTERSTOCK Oregon Health Authority, Medicaid Insurers Haggle Over Vaccination Incentive Money Facing pressure from coordinated care organizations, the health authority reduces its COVID-19 vaccination-rate goals for Medicaid members. Jun 14, 2021 Premium Image Rural Clackamas County in Oregon. | SHUTTERSTOCK Medicaid Members Have Among Lowest Vaccination Rates In many Oregon counties, fewer than a quarter of eligible Medicaid members have gotten even a single shot of COVID-19 vaccine. Jun 7, 2021 Premium Image Rural Clackamas County in Oregon. | SHUTTERSTOCK CCOs Face Major Challenge Increasing Vaccination Rates In Umpqua County, for example, only 17% of Oregon Health Plan members are fully vaccinated -- just below the rate in Eastern Oregon. Jun 7, 2021 Premium Image SHUTTERSTOCK New Oregon 5-Year Medicaid Plan Would Expand Membership, Increase Innovation Oregon Health Authority tentatively wants the taxpayer-funded insurance plan to help with housing, other needs, in addition to medical care. Jun 2, 2021 Premium Image PFC Juan Carlos Rojas administers COVID-19 vaccine to licensed massage therapist with Serenity Hospice Jason Mayberry at the state fairgrounds in Salem. | ABIGAIL DOLLINS/SALEM STATESMAN JOURNAL CCOs, Providers Push Back On State COVID-19 Vaccination Incentive Plan The Oregon Health Authority is rewriting its plan to radically increase vaccination of Medicaid members, after coordinated care organizations say the goal is unattainable May 28, 2021 Premium Image CareOregon is among 15 coordinated care organizations in Oregon serving Medicaid members. | LYNNE TERRY/THE LUND REPORT Oregon Weighs $100 Million In Incentives To Boost Vaccination Rates Coordinated care organizations and the state are negotiating a change that could reward them for having a high rate of vaccinated members. May 25, 2021 Image Oregon State Capitol in Salem. | RENAUDE HATSEDAKIS Oregon Bill Would Give Coordinated Care Organizations More Spending Flexibility House Bill 3353 seeks to give coordinated care organizations ways to fund community programs and services Apr 7, 2021 Premium Image A nurse at Oregon Health & Science University was vaccinated with the Pfizer-BioNTech shot on Wednesday. | FRED LIEDTKE/OHSU Opinion: Adding A Vaccination Metric To Quality Incentive Pool Could Boost Rates The move could encourage more minorities on the Oregon Health Plan to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Apr 1, 2021 First page « First Previous page ‹ Previous Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Current 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.