FamilyCare’s decision to end its contract with CMS comes four months after FamilyCare was forced to close its Medicaid plan.
Art Suchorzewski (413-244-9711 or email@example.com)
FamilyCare Health will be holding two job fairs to support its employees, who are facing layoffs at the beginning of the new year.
Today, OHA demanded FamilyCare sign a 2018 CCO contract by noon tomorrow that would generate a loss of over $95 million, and force the company into bankruptcy by June 2018. FamilyCare is now forced to close its doors on December 31.
Since September, FamilyCare has been consistent and clear with the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) that the deficient rates developed by the agency for 2018 will lead to FamilyCare closing its doors at the end of the year.
The FamilyCare Health Community Advisory Council will hold a public meeting from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday November 21st in Beaverton Library, Room B at 12375 SW 5th St., Beaverton OR 97005.
FamilyCare Health is pleased to announce that Raghu Valluri, MBA, MS, BE, has been named Vice President of Information Technology (IT).
FamilyCare Health is being recognized as one of Portland’s most philanthropic companies by the Portland Business Journal.
FamilyCare Health has been named a Top Workplace for the sixth year in a row.
The FamilyCare Health Community Advisory Council will hold a public meeting from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, October 17 at The Rockwood Building Multi-Service Community Hall.
A Marion County judge has granted FamilyCare Health’s request to file a second amended complaint against the Oregon Health Authority (OHA).