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Prison Medical Staff Indifference Causes Severe Bodily Damage, Lawsuit Says

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A wooden sign reading Deer Ridge Correctional Institution sits in front of a chainlink fence with barren hills in the background.

A former state prisoner is suing the Oregon Department of Corrections for permanent loss of function and pain stemming from inadequate treatment and forced movement, including work.

Department of Corrections’ TPA May Create CCO for Prisoners and Parolees

The Lund Report
The organization already has experience coordinating care in Colorado

April 25, 2012— Eyebrows almost instantaneously raised during the Oregon Health Policy Board’s meeting earlier this month when board members realized that an organization serving the Department of Corrections’ inmates had submitted a letter of intent to become a coordinated care organization (CCO).

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