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House Clears Way for Electronic Prescriptions of Powerful Drugs

The Lund Report
Advocates of House Bill 4013 say that allowing doctors to prescribe Schedule II drugs electronically will make life easier for practitioners and pharmacists while cutting down on prescription forgeries.

The House unanimously passed its first healthcare bill of the 2014 session Thursday, a bipartisan measure that will allow physicians and nurse practitioners to file electronic prescriptions of Schedule II drugs, simplify

Kaiser Permanente Questions Appeals Process

The Lund Report
When Kaiser turned someone down for insurance coverage because of a medical condition, they were told the Insurance Division would conduct an independent review but that didn’t occur.

 

July 15, 2013 -- Denying health insurance coverage for medical reasons will soon be a thing of the past when the Affordable Care Act comes into full swing January 1. But there are still many unanswered questions about what’s going to happen until then.

Shields Pushes to Empower DCBS as Effort to Put Insurance Under UTPA Flounders

The Lund Report
Senate Bill 414 would give DCBS the authority to order insurance companies to pay meritorious claims to consumers, while House Bill 3160 — the push to put allow consumers and businesses to sue insurers for fraud under the Unlawful Trade Practices Act, which passed the House — is close to being dead in the Senate.

 

June 17, 2013 — Paul Terdal is not a lawyer, and he never intended on learning the Oregon insurance code backwards and forwards, but his sons have autism, and his health insurance company — Kaiser Permanente — wouldn’t pay for their prescribed treatment, applied behavioral analysis.

Long-Term Use of Prescription Painkillers Linked to Erectile Dysfunction

The Lund Report
Kaiser Permanente Study First to Use Electronic Health Records to Document Link Between Prescription Opioid Use and ED Prescriptions

 

May 15, 2013 – Regularly taking prescription painkillers, also known as opioids, is associated with a higher risk of erectile dysfunction (ED) in men, according to a study published online today in the journal Spine.

 

For-Profit Hospitals Skimp on Charity Care

The Lund Report
Overall, spending on care for the poor dropped statewide while enrollment climbed in the Oregon Health Plan

 

April 26, 2013 – Oregon's two for-profit hospitals are among the stingiest hospitals in the state when it comes to providing care for the poor.

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