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Sustainable growth and financial transparency are listed among the state’s priorities for coordinated care organizations vying for Oregon’s second round of Medicaid funding.
CareOregon, the state’s largest provider of OHP Medicaid benefits, has announced new executive leadership structure, and a few faces to fill these positions.
Zoom Care is trying to sell itself as a money-saver for one of Oregon’s largest Medicaid contractors. But so far, CareOregon is not buying.
PORTLAND, Ore. — When you’re struggling with colon cancer, you have enough on your mind without worrying about a roof over your head. That’s why CareOregon palliative care and housing case managers teamed up recently to get a member into better housing.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Members of the Oregon Health Plan served by CareOregon now have a 21st century tool to help promote better health. The health plan has announced a free mobile app for Apple or Android smartphones.
PORTLAND, Ore. — After a five-month nationwide search, the CareOregon board of directors has chosen Eric C. Hunter, currently chief operating officer of Boston Medical Center Healthnet Plan, as CareOregon’s new chief executive officer.
Sen. Alan Bates, D-Ashland, unveiled his latest version of a bill that would give clearer guidelines to the Oregon Health Authority as it works out new five-year contracts for the state’s coordinated care organizations.
PORTLAND, Ore. —
As part of its commitment to improving community health and reaching out to the community, CareOregon and five partners—Central City Concern, Multnomah County Health Department, Planned Parenthood, Native American Youth Association and Coalition of Community Health Clinics—have launched an ongoing series of health care-related customer service clinics for Medicaid-eligible residents at locations throughout the community.