In response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) recently released documents that clearly demonstrate OHA’s intent to “hurt” and “isolate” FamilyCare Health, the second largest Medicaid health care insurer in Oregon.
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The Oregon Health Authority has admitted in Marion County court that its payments to Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs) “may not be appropriate for each and every participating CCO,” a statement that contradicts federal and state rules requiring “actuarial soundness” for each CCO.
FamilyCare Health is pleased to announce that Roger Muller, MD, FACEP, has been named Chief Medical Officer (CMO).
A Marion County judge has denied the Oregon Health Authority’s (OHA) motions to dismiss the 2017 lawsuit filed by FamilyCare Health against OHA.
Portland-metro area CCOs and community groups are urging parents to sign their kids up for kindergarten by or before June 1st in an effort to improve academic outcomes and parental involvement.
FamilyCare Health and the Black Parent Initiative (BPI) are pleased to announce their partnership in the Sacred Roots Community Doula Program. This project will explore how Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs) and community-based organizations can improve birth outcomes for African American and African immigrant women.
FamilyCare Health Community Advisory Council will hold a public meeting from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, December 20th
Cascade AIDS Project (CAP) has been awarded $80,000 from FamilyCare Health to support the opening of Prism Health, an LGBTQ+ Primary Care Health Center.
Portland-based Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) FamilyCare Health has filed a lawsuit in Marion County against the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) for its inequitable and actuarially unsound rate-setting process.
FamilyCare Health has named Bill Guest as Vice President, Provider Network Services.