Category Archive for: ‘We Can Do Better – News’

We Can Do Better issues Press Release on Northwest OpenNotes Consortium

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Today, We Can Do Better issued a press release about the Northwest OpenNotes Consortium, a unique regional collaboration among nine prominent health systems and medical groups in the Northwest that will provide more than one million patients in Oregon and Southwest Washington with electronic access to the notes their providers include in medical records. This marks the first time that OpenNotes, …

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Support We Can Do Better when you shop at Fred Meyer’s

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We are now participating in Fred Meyer’s Community Rewards program. Please support We Can Do Better as we continue to bring you information about improving Health in Oregon by connecting your Fred Meyer rewards card here. You can find us by adding our name (We Can Do Better) or this number 91658.

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We Can Do Better Welcomes Amy Cooper

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Writing for The Lund Report, Christen McCurdy interviews our Interim Director Bringing a background in health IT, Cooper hopes to increase public engagement in healthcare reform Amy Cooper stepped into her role as interim director of We Can Do Better in September – but started working with the organization as a contractor in May. Cooper, who holds a master of …

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We Can Do Better’s 2014 Annual Conference

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Beyond Health Care: Community, Action, Health, and Equity Save the date: April 24, 2014 at the Ambridge Event Center in Portland We Can Do Better is not your typical non-profit, and each year we host a not-so-typical conference as illustrated by this comment. What to expect Our conference is a place that presents timely and pertinent information and listens to …

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September 10th Forum on OKCopay, with founder Toure McCluskey

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OkCopay is an innovative Seattle-based startup that provides communities of uninsured, underinsured, and those seeking non-covered services with tools to help them find affordable medical services. They are focused on lowering routine out-of-pocket costs for those with “gaps” in coverage. Imagine being able to see what something will cost before you head for your appointment. Beyond price, they also publish data on provider’s …

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