Category Archive for: ‘Learn’

CCO evaluation project hits first milestone

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CCO evaluation project hits first milestone Portland, Oregon November 17, 2014—In October, the Consumer Confidence Project (CCP) gathered preliminary data from publically available sources on how Oregon’s sixteen coordinated care organizations (CCOs) reach out to their members. “Coordinated Care Organizations and health system transformation is a grand Oregon experiment. The Oregon Health Authority and CMS have defined quite a few metrics that are …

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Press Release: INSURANCE DIVISION: INSURERS MUST PAY FOR TREATMENT OF AUTISM, MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS

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Please see the following press release related to mental health parity and Autism treatment. http://www.oregon.gov/DCBS/insurance/news/Pages/2014/nov142014.aspx INSURANCE DIVISION: INSURERS MUST PAY FOR TREATMENT OF AUTISM, MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS News Release from Oregon Dept. of Consumer & Business Services Posted on FlashAlert: November 14th, 2014 2:50 PM Salem – The Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services, Insurance Division today issued two bulletins …

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King v. Burwell, the ACA and Oregon

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Read how the Supreme Court hearing the King v. Burwell case may impact the ACA and Oregon in particular as a state that is now using the federal exchange.

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Great interview with author Dr. Atul Gawande on end of life care

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Check out Dr. Atul Gawande’s new book on end of life care “Being Mortal” which discusses a Better way to die. Listen to today’s interview on Here & Now. Many case studies of how being person centric, can decrease health care costs.

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Oregon Can Do Better on Women’s Health

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The Alliance for a Just Society put out a report card that has Oregon ranked #26 in the country and receiving a grade of C in the 2014 Women’s Health Report Card.  Read more about it here.

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