Tag Archives: Oregon Health Plan

Health coverage enrollment stays strong in Oregon

More than 145,00 Oregonians signed up for health plans for 2020 through HealthCare.gov. During the 45-day open enrollment period in November and December, people can buy health insurance for the upcoming year and many receive subsidies through HealthCare.gov established by the Affordable Care Act. Source: Health coverage enrollment stays strong in Oregon

More OHP Users Get Free Rides to Medical Appointments

Some Lane County residents on the Oregon Health Plan have access to free transportation to their medical appointments. Now, Lane Transit District is partnering with another provider to expand this service. Oregon Health Plan is the name of the state’s Medicaid program—run by Oregon Health Authority—which works with Coordinated Care Organizations. Since 2013, LTD has […]
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GOVERNOR VISITS UMPQUA HEALTH ALLIANCE

Oregon Governor Kate Brown was in Roseburg on Wednesday to meet with leaders of Umpqua Health Alliance, the local Coordinated Care Organization. Source: GOVERNOR VISITS UMPQUA HEALTH ALLIANCE – KQEN News Radio

The Company That Provided Non-Emergency Transportation For Local Medicaid Patients is Bust

GridWorks financial failure affects thousands of metro-area Oregon Health Plan members and leaves contractors unpaid. Source: The Company That Provided Non-Emergency Transportation For Local Medicaid Patients is Bust

OHA approves Yamhill Community Care for full five-year coordinated care contract

The Oregon Health Authority has granted Yamhill Community Care a full five-year contract to serve Oregon Health Plan members through 2024. Earlier this year, Yamhill Community Care received a one-year contract pending the completion of additional steps to meet new “CCO 2.0” requirements. Services for the new contract begin January 1, 2020. Source: OHA approves […]
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Cascade Health Alliance awarded 5-year contract with OHA

Cascade Health Alliance, the coordinated care organization in Klamath County, was awarded a five-year contract with the Oregon Health Authority early this month. “In working with Oregon Health Authority through this process we were able to be awarded a five-year contract. We are excited to continue serving our members in Klamath County,” wrote Tayo Akins, […]
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Only A Week Left To Sign Up For Health Insurance

Tens of thousands of Oregonians have less than a week to enroll in health insurance for next year. Source: Only A Week Left To Sign Up For Health Insurance | The Lund Report

Oregon Health Authority OKs 5-year deal with AllCare

The Oregon Health Authority announced it approved a five-year contract allowing AllCare Health to continue managing Oregon Health Plan benefits. Source: Oregon Health Authority OKs 5-year deal with AllCare | Local&State | bendbulletin.com

AllCare wins five-year contract to keep providing Oregon Health Plan benefits

The Oregon Health Authority announced it approved a five-year contract allowing AllCare Health to continue managing Oregon Health Plan benefits. OHA had previously approved a one-year contract for AllCare Health and three other organizations it said hadn’t submitted enough evidence in their applications to win five-year contracts. Other organizations across the state received either five-year […]
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Opinion: Oregon needs a bold new health care model

Like many other business owners in Oregon, I want to do right for my employees. But when I offered raises, much to my surprise, they told me not – repeat not – to increase their take-home income. Why? Because if I pay them more, they won’t qualify for health care through the Oregon Health Plan. […]
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