‘We’re Going to Have Problems’: Oregon Health Authority, Health Share Prepare for End to FamilyCare
At two town-hall meetings this weekend, officials will meet with medical providers to answer questions about the closure of the state’s second-largest coordinated care organization at the end of January.
As the state's second-largest coordinated care organization exits the Medicaid market and transfers its roughly 115,000 members to other CCOs, it’s inevitable that some patients and providers will experience a bumpy transition, Oregon Health Authority Director Patrick Allen said on Thursday.
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