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Oregon Could Lose Big In ACA Suit

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The U.S. Supreme Court will decide on a case that could unravel the Affordable Care Act which led to an expansion of Medicaid, which now covers more than 1 million people in Oregon.

 

Hard Hit Rural Oregon Counties Getting ‘Overwhelmed’ By Virus

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With the COVID-19 pandemic entering its fifth month, virus hotspots have taken a marked leap in recent weeks from Oregon’s urban centers to rural reaches of the state where health officials are scrambling to keep up. 

Providers Waste Millions On Low-Value Treatments, Report Says

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The study identified nearly 10 million health services Oregonians received between 2016 and 2018, and found that 40% of those services provided little medical benefit compared to their costs.

Report: Economic Slump Could Increase Oregon’s Medicaid Bill By Half A Billion Dollars

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Depending on the level of unemployment created by the virus-induced economic crisis, Oregon would need to spend between $75 million and $516 million in state money to cover the additional Medicaid enrollees for the period January 2020-December 2022, according to a new report.

FamilyCare, Oregon Health Authority Score Partial Wins In Ongoing Legal Wrangling

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A costly, long-running legal battle between a defunct health insurer and the state of Oregon is returning to court after a recent federal ruling delivered partial wins to both sides.

Merger Of CareOregon Into Providence Off Over CareOregon’s Independence, Secular Status

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CareOregon and Providence Health & Services have called off their planned merger after their months-long talks deadlocked and amid a groundswell of opposition from local health care advocates and state and county officials.

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