Speaker Presentations now available from 2018 Oregon State of Reform Conference
Emily Boerger | Oct 19, 2018 | Oregon
We are a week out from our 2018 Oregon State of Reform Health Policy Conference in Portland. And, we are gearing up for what will likely be an impressive, diverse crowd of senior health care executives and health policy leaders! As of this writing, we are nearing almost 200
We are looking forward to seeing about 450 of you with us in two weeks in what is one of Oregon's largest, most diverse convenings of senior health care executives and policy makers! We've curated almost 70 speakers for you at this one-day conference, where you'll hear about some of the most
This press release was provided by Zoom+Care. ZOOM+Care, the leading provider of on-demand complete healthcare services, today released its 2018 Transparency Toolkit, designed to help insurers reduce the costs of healthcare while increasing transparency and accountability. Zoom’s publication of its Transparency Toolkit is significant for three reasons: First, Zoom becomes
The Oregon Health Authority has finalized the 2019 capitation rates for coordinated care organizations (CCOs). These rates are the per-member-per-month amounts the state pays CCOs to coordinate health care for nearly 1 million Oregonians on the Oregon Health Plan (Medicaid). This increase represents a 4.35 percent change in the rate
On Tuesday, Oregon’s Senate Interim Committee on Health Care held an informational meeting on a variety of health care topics impacting the state. Following an update on the Multnomah County Mental Health System and the Oregon Health Authority, the committee heard from the Task Force on Health Care Cost Review.
On September 26th, Oregon’s Medicaid Advisory Committee met to address the latest updates for the Medicaid program from OHA and DHS. They went into depth on understanding the Long-term Services and Supports (LTSS) system for those who are aging or living with a physical disability. Right now, people who have