Q&A: Regence’s Vince Porter on home-based care and how end of PHE could affect service-related waivers
Shane Ersland | Jun 28, 2022 | Oregon, Washington
Members of a new task force pinpointed goals they will work on to provide health care coverage for Oregonians in need during their first meeting Tuesday. Oregon’s Bridge Health Care Program Task Force was formed after the passage of House Bill 4035 during the last legislative session. Members
The Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) has launched a statewide effort to help Medi-Cal beneficiaries keep their Medi-Cal coverage or get enrolled in other coverage in preparation for the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE) and the end of the federal Medicaid continuous coverage requirement.
As State of Reform continues to expand and grow, we're excited to announce that we've hired a new full time reporter to cover the intersection of health care and health policy in Oregon. Shane Ersland comes to State of Reform with over 10 years of journalism experience, having most recently
As State of Reform continues to expand and grow, we're excited to announce that we've hired a new full time reporter to cover the intersection of health care and health policy in Washington State. Shane Ersland comes to State of Reform with over 10 years of journalism experience, having most
With just over a month until we host the 2022 Florida State of Reform Health Policy Conference, our team is hard at work bringing together the speakers, topics, and conversations that we’re sure stakeholders from all siloes will find valuable. You can find more information on our upcoming conference below! Thanks
The final day of the 2022 legislative session is now less than a month away. With that in mind, this edition of "5 Things We're Watching" features details on health policy on the move and the latest budget conversations taking place in the capitol. Thanks for reading! Emily Boerger State