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Guest Contribution: Fostering Hope: Collective Impact Initiative Offers Lessons for Healthcare Industry

This is the first of three articles about a Marion County, Ore., group’s approach to improving community health. They see it as a complex problem that requires a network of service providers working together to improve individuals’ lives, strengthen communities and reduce the cost of care. 27 more words

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CCOs Report Member Growth, While Total Oregon Health Plan Membership Edges Down

With the exception of FamilyCare, which has stopped offering Medicaid plans, every coordinated care organization in the state has added members this year.

The Oregon Health Plan is succeeding in its effort to get ever more Medicaid members enrolled in coordinated care plans, with every CCO in the state reporting membership growth over the first four months of this year, according to public records reviewed by The Lund Report. 23 more words

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OHA Announces Community Meetings Across State to Shape The Future of the Oregon Health Plan | The Lund Report

Oregon Health Authority Director Patrick Allen is hitting the road this summer to engage Oregonians in a conversation about the future of the Oregon Health Plan. 71 more words

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Healthy, Happy Smiles Releases Report Detailing Impact to Children's Oral Health in Participating Schools in Harney, Grant, Baker, and Malheur Counties

The Eastern Oregon Healthy Living Alliance (EOHLA) has released a report for Healthy, Happy Smiles, a program that provides free dental services and oral health education through the 2017-2018 school year offered to 4670 school-aged children in Kindergarten through 12th grades in 29 schools in Harney, Grant, Baker, and Malheur counties. 35 more words

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Public Health Advisory Board Meets June 21 in Portland

What: The regular public meeting of the Public Health Advisory Board

When: Thursday, June 21, 2-5 p.m. A public comment period will be held at the end of the meeting. 42 more words

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Public Hearing June 13 for Preventive Health and Health Services Block Grant Plan

What: A hearing by the Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division to take public comments on its proposal for the use of funds from the… 23 more words

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Commentary: Oregon Secretary of State Reflects on Health Priorities in Office, Shares Brain Cancer Diagnosis

The motto for my administration is taken from the Latin phrase Pro Tanto Quid Retribuamus, which translated means: “What shall we give in return for receiving so much?” 49 more words

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