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Approval For CareOregon, Providence Deal Could Take Months

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After announcing earlier this month that it wants to become part of giant Providence Health & Services, Portland-based nonprofit health insurer CareOregon now must persuade regulatory authorities to approve the deal.

PrimaryHealth, Which Didn't Get A Contract, Leads CCOs For Bonuses

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Using cash incentives, the state is nudging coordinated care organizations into doing a better job on key health measures such as getting sealants on children's teeth and reducing the use of hospital emergency rooms for mental health crises.

Analysis: State Inconsistent In Awarding Medicaid Contracts

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When state analysts evaluated Moda’s bid to continue as the Medicaid manager for most of rural Eastern Oregon, they weren’t thrilled by what they saw.

Health Authority Approves 15 CCO Applications

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The Oregon Health Authority announced Tuesday that it plans to open up the $6 billion Medicaid market next year, giving hundreds of thousands of Oregonians covered by the Oregon Health Plan the potential to be covered by a new insurer next year.  

Trillium, PeaceHealth Make Up After Spat Over Lane County Medicaid Market

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With less than two weeks before the state allocates Medicaid contracts for the next five-year round, Lane County’s coordinated care organization has forged a key tie -- one that was recently broken.

Tobacco Tax Bill, Tweaked Again, Goes To House

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SALEM – Gov. Kate Brown's $340 million tobacco tax package is headed to the Oregon House of Representatives.   

Medicaid Insurers Looking At More State Oversight

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SALEM – The insurers that deliver Medicaid-funded health services to nearly 1 million Oregonians will be subject to stricter financial oversight under a bill that's a signature from the governor away from becoming law.

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