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Health Insurers’ Q1 Financial Filings Portend Difficult Year

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Commercial health insurers in Oregon struggled to stem financial losses through the first quarter of 2020, previewing what could be a chaotic year for the insurance industry as the coronavirus pandemic continues to upend the health care system.

Oregon’s Behavioral Health System Faces Deep Challenges After Pandemic

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Oregon’s behavioral health care system faces a widening crisis.

People need more help than ever after months of isolation. Providers grapple with low reimbursements. Looming state budget cuts threaten to limit services, with no relief in sight.

Report: Economic Slump Could Increase Oregon’s Medicaid Bill By Half A Billion Dollars

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Depending on the level of unemployment created by the virus-induced economic crisis, Oregon would need to spend between $75 million and $516 million in state money to cover the additional Medicaid enrollees for the period January 2020-December 2022, according to a new report.

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