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Governor Kate Brown Banks Political Donation From Centene Corporation

The governor has received financial support from both union and corporate sources, including $5,000 from Centene, the health conglomerate that snatched up the Lane County CCO and has its eyes on others. Her opponent, Dr. Bud Pierce, a Salem oncologist, has relied on a split of individual donations and his own wealth.

Gov. Kate Brown netted a $5,000 campaign contribution last month from the Centene Corporation, the Missouri Fortune 500 company behind the controversial takeover of Trillium Community Health Plan.

Hearing Scheduled for Sale of Health Net to Centene

Centene Corporation, a Fortune 500 company, intends to purchase the health plan after winning approval from state insurance commissioners.

Oregonians have a chance to share their opinions about the proposed sale of Health Net to Centene Corporation when Insurance Commissioner Laura Cali holds a public hearing. That hearing is scheduled for November 12 at 6 p.m. at University Place on the campus of Portland State University.

Keeping Our Eyes on Centene Corporation

The Lund Report intends to remain vigilant even though our fearless reporting rankles the insider crowd.

Remember that article you first read in The Lund Report about negotiations underway between PacificSource Health Plan and Providence Health Plan to merge late last year?

Centene Corporation Readies Itself for Oregon Marketplace

The Fortune 500 company will become owner of Trillium Community Health Plan in Lane County, which serves 90,000 Medicaid members.

Oregon is about to have a major Fortune 500 company take over a Medicaid-run health plan in Lane County. The transaction, now underway, is expected to be completed by the end of September.

Centene Corporation To Acquire Oregon-Based Agate Resources

Transaction marks entry into 23rd state

ST. LOUIS (January 26, 2015) — Centene Corporation (NYSE: CNC) announced today that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Agate Resources, Inc., a diversified holding company that offers an array of health care products and services to Oregon residents.

One Out-of-State Organization Questions Becoming a Coordinated Care Organization

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It’s unclear if two others still intend to apply, but they face different challenges different from local organizations

June 7, 2012—Many were shocked when two large, publicly traded companies sent letters of intent to the Oregon Health Authority expressing their intention to apply to become a coordinated care organization. Now it’s not clear if they, or a third out-of-state organization, will even apply.

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