Financial reports filed by Oregon’s major health insurance groups show shifts in enrollment, with Kaiser now serving the most small group and individuals – and also posting the deepest losses.
First-quarter financial reports filed by Oregon’s major health insurance companies are providing a snapshot into which insurers are growing, which are shrinking – and how well the financial situation of each company tracks its membership shifts.
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FamilyCare Health is a Medicare and Medicaid managed care organization that coordinates medical, behavioral health and dental care for more than 120,000 Oregonians.
David J. Nolan
WASHINGTON—The American Academy of Actuaries commends the administration for taking the positive step of paying the July cost-sharing reduction (CSR) reimbursements. However, the stability and sustainability of the market requires policymakers to fund CSRs on a permanent basis.
What: The Tobacco Reduction Advisory Committee is holding a public meeting.
Despite Bipartisan Agreement On Need To Take Immediate Action To Address Opioid Epidemic, President Trump’s Opioid Commission – Chaired By NJ Governor Chris Christie – Has Now Missed Its Second Deadline To Lay Out Strategy To Combat Crisis
Trump Administration Has Been Pushing Legislation That Would Strip Health Care From Millions Of Americans With Substance Use Disorders (SUDS) & A Budget That Would Slash Funding For Drug Treatment, All While Delaying Implementation Of Existing Recommendations From Health Experts
Senate Dems: Americans Need Action, Not Rhetoric, To Combat Opioid Crisis
Washington, D.C. – U.S.
What: The regular monthly public meeting of the Medicaid Advisory Committee
When: Wednesday, July 26, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. to noon
PORTLAND, Ore.--The Oregon Health Authority today announced the expansion of a youth marijuana use prevention campaign to a statewide audience.
BEND, Ore. — St. Charles Foundation and St. Charles Health System invite members of the community to nominate outstanding local physicians for this year’s North Star Award.
The Board of Directors for Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette (PPCW) is pleased to announce that Dr. Anne Udall will be the organization's Interim CEO starting Aug. 1.
Central Oregon Coordinated Care Organization will allocate the funds back to care providers
(BEND, Ore.) July 19, 2017 — PacificSource Community Solution’s Central Oregon Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) announced that it will receive $11.9 million dollars from Quality Pool payments made by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) to the CCO for quality performance during 2016.