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Kitzhaber Heats Up Debate Over Oregon's Medicaid Direction

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Debate over how Oregon should run its $6 billion-a-year Medicaid system for intensified sharply this week, with controversy continuing to swirl around Trillium Community Health Plan, a for-profit subsidiary of the nation’s Medicaid heavyweight.

Geographic Factors Seem Tied to CCO Members’ Access, Experiences With Health System

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Umpqua Health Alliance and PacificSource-Central Oregon members report more frustrations with healthcare in CCO surveys than Trillium Community Health Plan or PacificSource-Gorge

Geography matters. Two of the four coordinated care organizations featured in this story are run by the same parent company – but at one, members report frustrations with getting appointments or accessing specialized care, and at the other members are among the happiest CCO clients in the state.

Two Primary Care Clinics Open in Lane County

Trillium Community Health Plans provides grants to better serve Medicaid members

Trillium Community Health Plans provided nearly $2 million in grants to open two primary care clinics last month in Lane County enabling more doctors to treat the growing Medicaid population.

CCOs Showing Strong Financials in Second Quarter with One Exception

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With one exception, Oregon’s coordinated care organizations (CCOs) all reported strong profits in recently published second quarter financial reports through June 30, 2015.

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Lane County should be a healthy place to live, learn, work and play. Trillium Community Health Plan, Lane County, PeaceHealth and United Way invite the community to help create a plan that will provide a healthier future for Lane County.

Community Speaks Out Against Centene Sale

Rep. Phil Barnhart is among those concerned about the proposed sale of Agate Resources, and urged the insurance commissioner to be cautious before approving the transaction.

The proposed sale of Agate Resources – the parent company of Trillium Community Health Plan – to a Fortune 500 company is evoking strong criticism from mental health professionals, a state legislator and community activists, while Lane County officials are rolling out the welcome mat.

Comment Period Extended on Trillium Sale

Centene Corporation revenue continue growth spurt in first quarter.

The public is being given another two weeks to comment on the sale of Agate Resources, the parent company of Trillium Community Health Plan, to Centene Corporation, a Fortune 500 company.

Trillium Sale to Fortune 500 Company Comes Under Scrutiny

The public can still weigh in to the transaction by submitting comments to the Oregon Insurance Division.

Members of Trillium Community Health Plan and other Eugene residents largely support a proposal to sell their Eugene-based coordinated care organization to a Fortune 500 healthcare corporation.

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