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Oregon Falls Behind in Home Health Agency Ratings Nationwide

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The analysis, conducted by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services found that 44 percent of Oregon’s agencies landed at the bottom among their counterparts in other states.

Oregon has landed in the bottom tier among home healthcare agencies, according to a federal government analysis that rated 9,000 agencies around the nation based on how quickly patients were seen and how fast they improved.

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