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Profits At Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Up While Other Insurers Sputter

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Profits have slowed considerably at many of Oregon’s largest commercial health insurers after a strong start to 2019.

Trillium Gets Hammered In Lane County - As Well As In Portland Area

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Trillium Community Health Plan is being hammered not only in the Portland-area market, where it’s been spurned by large provider groups. It is also being squeezed on its own turf in Lane County, where it has enjoyed a monopoly in the Medicaid market.

Newcomer PacificSource Makes Inroads In Marion/Polk Counties 

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One down, two to go.

Insurer PacificSource Community Solutions says Salem Clinic, a large physician-owned practice based in Salem, has agreed to join PacificSource’s Medicaid provider network for the Marion and Polk county area beginning Jan. 1, 2020.

Oregon Medicaid Insurers Under The Gun To Line Up Health Care Providers

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In Oregon's three biggest Medicaid markets, insurers and health care providers are having such a hard time coming to terms with each other following the state's recent shakeup of its Medicaid program, that the state has given insurers until Dec.1 to finalize contracts with providers such as docto

Oregon Sends 2020 Contracts For All 15 Medicaid Insurers To Sign

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Keeping to its timetable, the Oregon Health Authority late last week issued contracts to all 15 insurance entities the state tentatively approved earlier this year to run the state’s Medicaid programs starting 2020.

Insurers Scramble In Newly Competitive Oregon Medicaid Markets

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Medicaid insurers and their members in two of Oregon’s biggest markets – the Portland area and Lane County - are being dunked into a new world of competition and choice.

It's Been A Good Year So Far For Health Insurers

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Oregon's largest commercial health insurers racked up solid profits through the first half of 2019, as they took advantage of a brief reprieve from an Affordable Care Act fee that has cost them millions of dollars in past years.

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.  

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