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Executives At Oregon’s Coordinated Care Organizations Made $12 Million In 2017

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Philip Greenhill, chief executive officer at Western Oregon Advanced Health, made the most in 2017, taking home more than $692,000.

The highest paid executives who manage Oregon’s Medicaid program took home more than $12 million in 2017, according to data obtained from the Oregon Health Authority through a public records request.

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Regence Reduces Employee Benefits, Pension

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