Trillium Community Health Plan

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.

CCOs Spend $2.06 Billion and Counting on Healthcare Costs

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In financial reports for January through September 2014, all Oregon coordinated care organizations report profits; FamilyCare realizes the highest profit.

Coordinated care organizations born out of the Affordable Care Act to provide healthcare to Medicaid recipients in Oregon spent $2.06 billion caring for the poor in the first nine months of 2014, according to the most recent available figures filed by the 14 CCOs that have filed standardized fina

Trillium Community Health Plan Seeks New CEO

Terry Coplin, who joined the organization in 1999 when it was still known as LIPA, has announced he’s retiring next July, and a national executive search firm is already looking for his successor.

Terry Coplin steps down as CEO of Trillium Community Health Plan and its holding company, Agate Health Care next July, and Witt/Kieffer, a national executive recruiting company based in Oak Brook, Il., is already on the lookout for his successor.

Trillium Awards Transformation Grants

The Lund Report

Trillium Community Health Plan, the Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) in Lane County, is awarding one million dollars in Transformation Grants to assist in innovative programs that will help create a new system of healthcare. Grant recipients were selected based on their organizations ability to demonstrate the proposed program was both innovative and transformative.

 

Cogen Says Multnomah County Could Levy 50¢ Cigarette Tax

The Lund Report
If the Legislature passes HB 2870 giving cigarette taxing authority to counties, the Multnomah County Chair told the Senate Finance Committee that Oregon’s most populous county would consider raising taxes by a half dollar.

 

April 30, 2013 — Multnomah County Commissioner Jeff Cogen told the Senate Finance and Revenue Committee on Monday that the state’s biggest county would consider a 50¢ cigarette tax if the state allows counties to collect their own tobacco tax.

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