Health Share of Oregon

Health Share of Oregon Community Advisory Council Holds Next Meeting at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center on June 7

The Lund Report
Agenda will include discussion on enhancing public engagement

 

May 28, 2013 – Engaging the community is central to health transformation, and Health Share of Oregon is committed to listening to the public and working together to improve our health. Comprised of a majority of Oregon Health Plan members, Health Share’s Community Advisory Council is central to this engagement effort.

Outreach, Talk of Transparency Take Stage at Health Share's Community Advisory Council

The Lund Report
Board meetings will have 'open sessions by invitation' and board meeting minutes will be available by request

May 8, 2013 – Following a relatively brief discussions of the ongoing Community Health Needs Assessment, the Mental Health and Addictions Committee and an update from CEO Janet Meyer – and a preview of the new member handbook – Health Share of Oregon's community advisory council went into an exec

Bates Offers Path for CCOs to Roll in Dental Networks

The Lund Report
SB 373 requires CCOs to offer dental contracts to all dental care organizations from 2014 to 2017 before they contract with other dental care providers such as Kaiser Permanente.

This article has been corrected from an earlier version.

April 17, 2013 — Sen. Alan Bates, D-Medford, has pushed a last-minute bill that would require coordinated care organizations to first provide contracts to all the dental care organizations in its geographic area before hiring independent dentists.

Greenlick Wants Public Comment Period, but CCOs Resist

The Lund Report
The chair of the House Health Committee has proposed a compromise version of earlier legislation that would have subjected coordinated care organizations to the public meetings law. HB 2960 would require private board meetings to have a public comment period and open advisory councils to public.

 

April 16, 2013 — Rep. Mitch Greenlick, D-Portland, has put forth a compromise bill that would ensure greater public scrutiny of coordinated care organizations without putting them under Oregon’s public meetings law.

Pages

Subscribe to Health Share of Oregon