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Governor Kitzhaber Announces Agreement Between Hospitals and SEIU to Engage Frontline Workers and Improve Care

SEIU agrees not to pursue health care related ballot measures in 2014

Today Governor Kitzhaber announced that Legacy Health, Providence Health & Services, OHSU, PeaceHealth, Kaiser Permanente NW, and the Oregon Nurses Association have agreed to meet with SEIU and the Governor’s Office to accelerate progress toward the health care “Triple Aim”: 

The Lund Report Unveils Its New Look

With healthcare taking center stage at the Oregon State Capitol, you can count on The Lund Report to bring you the most in-depth and comprehensive coverage. We go beneath the surface, to investigate what’s going on behind the scenes and take pride in our independence.

With healthcare taking center stage at the Oregon State Capitol, you can count on The Lund Report to bring you the most in-depth and comprehensive coverage. We go beneath the surface, to investigate what’s going on behind the scenes and take pride in our independence.

The Best of The Lund Report

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We’ve taken a look back at our best stories during 2013.

As the year draws to a close, we want to give our readers the chance to take a look back at what we – the reporting staff – consider our best stories of 2013.

Regence’s Five-Year Decline in Oregon Gives Kaiser the Oregon Commercial Insurance Mantle

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After losing over 630,000 members since the end of 2007, Regence finds itself looking up at Kaiser in the latest Oregon health insurance membership numbers

May 10, 2012 -- Regence BlueCross BlueShield may have witnessed its final months as Oregon’s top insurer in the commercial marketplace. Only five years ago – in 2007–Regence led Kaiser by a margin of 633,510 members as Regence insured over 1.1 million commercially.

The Lund Report Remains the Watchdog of Oregon’s Healthcare Industry

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Now it’s time to support our work and help us celebrate our third year anniversary

May 2, 2012 – Three years ago, I started The Lund Report to become the watchdog of the healthcare industry in Oregon. Since then, we’ve brought you stories each and every week that you won’t find elsewhere and done it with a very lean budget – by relying on award-winning freelance journalists.

Department of Corrections’ TPA May Create CCO for Prisoners and Parolees

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The organization already has experience coordinating care in Colorado

April 25, 2012— Eyebrows almost instantaneously raised during the Oregon Health Policy Board’s meeting earlier this month when board members realized that an organization serving the Department of Corrections’ inmates had submitted a letter of intent to become a coordinated care organization (CCO).

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