Category Archive for: ‘Events’

Tickets Going Fast!-March 22 Forum on Federal Health Reform

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While turmoil continues in Washington DC over the future of the Affordable Care Act, insurers are preparing their rates for the individual and small employer market to meet the May deadline required by the Oregon Insurance Division. Oregon Health Forum is bringing a panel of experts together on March 22 to probe what might happen at the federal level that …

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IHI Open School Event March 6: Speculating on the Future: Continuing to Improve the Health of Oregonians in an Uncertain Environment

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What: PSU & OHSU IHI Open School Chapter Winter Educational Event “Speculating on the Future: Continuing to Improve the Health of Oregonians in an Uncertain Environment” With Expert Panelists: Vanetta Abdellatif, MPH –  Director of Integrated Clinical Service, Multnomah County Health Department Peter Graven, PhD – Health Economist, Center for Health Systems Effectiveness Lynne Saxton – Director, Oregon Health Authority Moderated by: …

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Allies for a Healthier Oregon meet every Wed 12-1pm

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Allies for a Healthier Oregon Weekly Meetings in Salem  every Wednesday in Capital Room H-278 at 12 Noon – 1pm throughout the 2017 legislative session Noon – 1:00 pm Capital Room H-278 Conference Call Line: 971-279-6625 Suggestions for AHO Weekly meeting speakers?  Contact  – Suzanne, AHO Coordinator:  aho@wecandobetter.org ****************************************************************************************** Allies for a Healthier Oregon (AHO) – a program of We Can Do Better …

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Now is The Time Film Tour Proposes a Timely Replacement for Obamacare

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When former Oregon-resident filmmakers Laurie Simons and Terry Sterrenberg began shooting Now is the Time- Healthcare for Everybody, they had no idea the U.S. healthcare system was about to be thrown into disarray by the new administration’s effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act, potentially causing millions of Americans to lose their healthcare access. But the threat of impending major …

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City Club of Portland Event: PERS and/or Revenue Reform: What’s Possible?

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As the Oregon Legislature faces a $1.8B budget hole, many are asking: “Where’s the urgency? and “What’s possible?” Can PERS costs be lowered? Are there revenue solutions? Can one happen without the other? And, if legislators punt this session, who pays the price? To begin, we will start with a refresher on “Oregon Values and Beliefs” by John Horvick. Then …

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