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ODS/Moda Health Loses Key Executive

Moda Health Loses Key Executive
Dr Bill Ten Pas, a senior healthcare executive, has announced his retirement.

The president of ODS and senior vice president for Moda Health, Dr. Bill Ten Pas, is stepping down next January after joining the company in 2002.

Moda Health Irritates Physicians and Salem Health Over PEBB Contracts

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Contract ready for signature
After this article appeared in The Lund Report, Salem Health issued a memo saying it has not yet signed a contract with Moda Health to provide care to PEBB employees.

Open enrollment is just a few weeks away for Oregon’s 130,000 state employees and their dependents, who can choose a brand new health insurance option for the first time -- Moda Health, which is very close to having a statewide network of physicians and hospitals.

Moda Gives OEBB Members Choice: Join Coordinated Model or See 9% Hike

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The cost for the standard set of health plans at OEBB are spinning wildly out of control, leaving teachers little choice but to join in the coordinated care compact created by Moda Health that’s brought together major hospital and provider systems in the state including Asante Health, Merle West Medical Center, Salem Health, Legacy Health and OHSU.

The state’s school districts and teachers should get ready for a financial hit -- the Oregon Educators Benefit Board approved a whopping 9 percent premium increase for Moda Health and a 6 percent hike for Kaiser Permanen

Salem Health Has Its Eyes on Expansion

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Besides announcing a potential partnership with OHSU, Salem Health is said to be exploring a partnership with Moda Health to strengthen its hold in Marion County.

Merger talks are under way between Salem Health and Oregon Health & Science University, but one major player is missing from the action – Moda Health. Norman Gruber, president and CEO of Salem Health, appears to be keeping that conversation under wraps. However, he has plenty of time to make an announcement after renewing his contract through 2015.

When asked if Moda was engaged in talks with Salem Health, its spokesman, Jonathan Nicholas, declined to respond.

How Much do Oregon Insurance Executives Earn?

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Jack Friedman
Documents show CEOs such as Jack Friedman and Andrew McCulloch earned more than previously disclosed, but specifics are often hazy

The leaders of Oregon’s largest insurance companies are often paid far more than they tell regulators, according to a Lund Report review of public records.

Moda’s Vast Pool of Resources Makes the Rose Garden Affordable

The Lund Report
At the same time, its health insurance enrollment has grown by 34 percent over the past two years.

 

August 27, 2013 -- Moda Health, which has purchased the naming rights for the Rose Garden basketball arena, appears to have adequate resources to afford the deal, according to insurance reports filed with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.

During 2012, it earned $5.3 million in net profits on top of its investments in the stock and bond market.

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