At the stroke of midnight, December 31, 2017, about 120,000 Oregonians will have to find all new healthcare providers within HealthShare if the inequity in funding FamilyCare is not addressed.
It Doesn’t Make Sense
Coordinated care organization reimbursement rates that were announced this week included a hike in how much FamilyCare will receive in 2018 – but not enough to appease the leaders of the Portland-area CCO, who say low reimbursements are putting their nonprofit organization at risk.
FamilyCare has kept its board meetings private and allowed the public only to attend community advisory council meetings.
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Members of the Portland area’s major coordinated care organizations, Health Share of Oregon and FamilyCare, are generally happy with the treatment they receive from doctors and other providers on their plans. They feel respected by their physicians and by health plan customer service.
PORTLAND, Ore. (October 18, 2016) – FamilyCare Health believes health happens where people live, work, and play.
PORTLAND, Ore. (October 17, 2016) – FamilyCare Health has named Matt Morscheck as Director of Education and Development. Morscheck will oversee the design, implementation, and operation of FamilyCare Health’s newly-formed Education and Development Department.
PORTLAND, Ore. (October 14, 2016) – FamilyCare Health has named Sandra Clark as Director, Population Health. In this new role, Clark will provide leadership and direction for the Portland-based CCO’s population health team.
PORTLAND, Ore. – The FamilyCare Health Community Advisory Council will hold a public meeting from 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 20th, at its main office, 825 NE Multnomah Blvd., 14th floor, Portland, Ore., 97232. The agenda includes: