Oregon Health Forum is bringing together state policy leaders and legislators on Tuesday, January 30 to discuss the most pivotal questions facing our healthcare system:
- What's the impact of the Trump tax reform overhaul on Oregon's health insurance marketplace?
- What changes are likely to emerge in the new contracts for the coordinated care organizations?
- What's the impact of FamilyCare leaving the market on Jan. 31, and are the rates adequate to keep the oither CCOs afloat?
Also on the docket will be a discussion of the universal healthcare task force convened by Rep. Mitch Greenlick and how Oregon can counter the threats to Medicaid and Medicare by the federal government.
The forum gets underway with a buffet breakfast served at 6:45 followed by a panel discussion at 7:20. The program concludes at 9 a.m.
Taking the stage will be:
- Patrick Allen, director of the Oregon Health Authority
- State. Rep. Mitch Greenlick, D-Portland
- State Rep. Cedric Hayden, R-Roseburg, and
- Cameron Smith, acting director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services
Tim Nesbitt, a columnist and speaker on public policy issues, will be our moderator.
This forum, which is being held at the Multnomah Athletic Club, located at 1849 SW Salmon. A free parking lot is available adjacent to the club.
Sign up today! And, bring your questions. There'll be plenty of time for audience interaction.
Sponsorship opportunities are available by contacting Diane Lund-Muzikant at [email protected].