Category Archive for: ‘Learn’

Exhibit: No Harm Intended Explores Lane County’s Medical History

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An exhibit at the Lane County Historical Museum in Eugene offers a portrait of health care during the pivotal century between 1840 and 1940. Read about it here.

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The Next Phase of the OpenNotes Movement

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Read more about the expansion of OpenNotes from 5 Million nationally to 50 Million. We Can Do Better has been subcontracted to be a part of this movement. Ask us if you want to learn more about what we are doing here in the Northwest.

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Consumers alerted to potential Moda-related scams

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Salem — The Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS) urges consumers to protect themselves from potential scams in light of the uncertainty caused by the financial troubles of Moda Health Plan Inc. DCBS is aware of multiple incidents in which consumers worried about the status of their insurance with Moda receive calls from people who claim to be …

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Growing OpenNotes in Oregon and beyond

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We Can Do Better is excited to announce we received grant support from the Oregon Health Authority’s Office of Health IT to further spread the work of the Northwest OpenNotes Consortium in Oregon with the goal of more engaged, healthier Oregonians. This funding is provided through Oregon’s State Innovation (SIM) grant. The SIM grant supports projects that advance health system …

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How High Is America’s Health Care Cost Burden?

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Findings from the Commonwealth Fund Health Care Affordability Tracking Survey, July–August 2015 One-quarter of privately insured working-age adults have high health care cost burdens relative to their incomes in 2015, according to the Commonwealth Fund Health Care Affordability Index, a comprehensive measure of consumer health care costs. This figure, which is based on a nationally representative sample of people with …

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