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Oregon Medicaid Faces Potential Explosion In Demand

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Fallout from the coronavirus pandemic is likely to hit Oregon’s Medicaid program.

Providers, Insurers Brace For Virus Financial Fallout

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As state health care providers brace for waves of coronavirus patients, it’s uncertain how Oregon hospitals and health insurers will handle the financial strain.

Trillium Cuts Jobs Amid Loss Of  Medicaid Members 

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A new five-year round in Oregon’s Medicaid system has just begun and already it’s taken a toll on Trillium Community Health Plan, a for-profit insurer facing competition for the first time on its home turf.

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.

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.   

$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.

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