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PeaceHealth Announces More Layoffs In Oregon

Vancouver, Washington-based PeaceHealth plans to lay off 40 people in Lane County.

A PeaceHealth spokesman said the layoffs will be spread across its four hospitals in the county.

PeaceHealth Lays Off 50 In Support Services

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Vancouver, Wash.-based PeaceHealth has laid off 50 people and created 15 new positions as it streamlines its “support services structure,” the non-profit hospital system said Thursday in response to questions from The Lund Report.

Layoffs Begin at Moda After State Enforcement Action

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Dozens of Moda employees have lost their jobs after state regulators took control of the company’s individual health plans; insiders point to management decisions, as uncertainty remains for Moda and sister companies

Dozens of employees have been laid off from Moda Health and countless others are on tenterhooks as they await word from company officials and state regulators about their fate, according to insider accounts shared with The Lund Report.

Legacy Health System Cuts Work Force by 400

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Oregon is expected to save $3.2 billion over the next five years by transforming its healthcare system with many of those reductions coming from hospitals

January 18, 2012 -- Legacy Health System is preparing to reduce its work force by 400 employees because of a $40 million budget gap that includes $30 million in Medicaid payment reductions. Employees will be notified by February 15.

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