Category Archive for: ‘Events from selected partners’

Oregon Health Equity Alliance Conference June 4

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The Oregon Equity Project The Oregon Equity Project will kick off with a statewide event on June 4th, 2014. Join national and local leaders on health equity for the kick off of a project to identify ways to implement health equity on the ground.  This is the first of a series of events and workshops that the Project will host in communities throughout Oregon over the next year, and is …

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HCAO Event- Gerald Friedman PhD Health Care Economist Oregon Tour May 13-19

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Health Care for All Oregon is hosting Gerald Friedman PhD,Health Care Economist on a Tour of Oregon May 13-19. See here for more information about times and locations. Tuesday May 13, Pendleton Tuesday May 13, La Grande Wednesday May 14, Eugene Thursday May 15, Ashland Friday May 16, Corvallis Saturday May 17, Portland Sunday May 18, Bend Monday May 19, …

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Statewide Cover Oregon enrollment opportunities

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If you have not yet enrolled in Cover Oregon, you have until March 31. SEIU is offering free, open to the public enrollment workshops throughout Oregon through open enrollment. Please register to ensure your spot. Look here for an opportunity near you.

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March 5 Free Event-Primary Care Transformed to Improve Health in OR

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You are invited to attend: Primary Care Transformed to Improve Health in Oregon  Wednesday, March 5, 2014 from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM The PSU & OHSH IHI Open School Chapter is hosting an interdisciplinary symposium and networking event focused on Oregon’s implementation of the Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) Program. This event will highlight Oregon’s model, implementation strategies, evidence of …

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Alliance of Children’s Program hosts January 30 conference in Salem

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What About Us? Do you know what’s going on? Housing services for youth are transforming. Health delivery for kids and school based health centers are expanding. Behavioral health and intervention are gaining increased focus. The Youth Development Division at the Education Department is assuming programs formerly run by the Children and Families Commissions. Early Learning Hubs will soon be in …

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