Category Archive for: ‘Blog’

Oregon’s uninsured rate drops 63%

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A new study released by OHSU shows the uninsured rate in Oregon dropping by 63%, primarily due to Medicaid expansion. Read more here.

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Medicaid and private insurance consumers both will need to enroll/re-enroll through Federal website

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Read here about updates with Cover Oregon including medicaid enrollees will join private insurance customers in signing up or re-enrolling for coverage through healthcare.gov   Also, subsidy error reported to only be about $20 per consumer.

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A comparison of hospital costs, US exceeds others by far

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In a comparison of eight countries administrative hospital costs, the US exceeds all others by far, read more in this Commonwealth post about a new Health Affairs study.

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Volunteers needed for health system transformation project

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Contribute to Oregon’s health system transformation by volunteering with the Consumer Confidence Project! Work description: Volunteers will review member handbooks, websites and welcome packets published by Oregon’s coordinated care organizations (CCOs), checking whether consumer-oriented information is included. No special knowledge of health reform or health policy is necessary to volunteer . Time requirement: 12 hours, with potential for more if …

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Federal Directive could change Oregon health reform

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Read here about how a new federal directive could change how Coordinated Care Organizations are operating in Oregon.

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