Protesters Take Insurance Giant to Task over GOP Healthcare Bill

Disabled activists and allies hold Regence BlueCross BlueShield accountable for donations to proponents of the plan

A group of about 20 disabled activists and their allies and service providers stormed Regence BlueCross BlueShield in downtown Portland Monday to deliver a receipt for the millions of Americans that would lose coverage under the Republican health care bill.

Financial Reports Show Fewer People Enrolled in CCOs

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HealthShare shows lowest cash-on-hand of Oregon’s 16 coordinated care organizations, FamilyShare reports highest cash-on-hand, in unaudited reports to state

In what could be a sign of Oregon’s improving economy, the number of people obtaining healthcare through Medicaid-funded coordinated care organizations dropped precipitously in the first nine months of 2016, according to financial reports analyzed by The Lund Report.

Is Competition Really Good for HealthCare?

There’s little evidence to support the model, this author postulates


OPINION -- Competition is supposed to be good for healthcare. Only with competition, it is said, will we get the highest quality healthcare at the lowest cost. But is this true? Where’s the evidence?

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