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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.

$320 Million Tobacco Tax Package Thunders Back To Life With Voter Referral Add

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SALEM – Gov. Kate Brown's $320 million tobacco tax package, considered by many observers to be on life support just a week ago, has roared back into the spotlight in the legislative session's final days.

In Portland Area Medicaid Market, CareOregon Gains Power Behind The Scenes

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CareOregon is taking a more prominent position as an insurer for the Oregon Health Plan in the Portland metro area, which has a third of the state’s Medicaid population.

In Bid to Squeeze Out Trillium For Medicaid Contract, Moda Says It Has Backing Of Large Medical Groups

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Moda Health has launched a lobbying campaign to draw support from a wide array of health care providers in Lane County in its bid to wrest the county’s $500 million a year Medicaid contract away from Trillium Community Health Plan.

Key Element Of Gov. Kate Brown's Medicaid Funding Plan Is Dead

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SALEM – A key piece of Gov. Kate Brown's long-term Medicaid funding plan won’t pass this legislative session, blowing a $120 million hole in the governor’s "four-pillar" approach to funding the Oregon Health Plan.

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