Health Share of Oregon

Dr. Alisha Moreland, MD

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J. C. Provost, DNP, FNP-C

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Health care and homelessness

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In The News

Health Share looks upstream at legal, housing issues that affect health

5/6/15|The Lund Report|by Kendra Hogue

Health Share launches the first Medical-Legal Partnership in Oregon to help OHP members deal with civil legal issues that are affecting their health.

Price of Addiction: Health Share reaches out to pregnant addicts

4/29/15|Portland Business Journal|by Elizabeth Hayes

Women addicted to heroin or who have other substance abuse problems are often very reluctant to seek out prenatal care when they get pregnant. Portland-based Health Share of Oregon is trying to overcome that attitude by creating a safe environment.

The Local Approach To Medicaid ACOs

4/17/15|OpenMinds|by Athena Mandros

Currently, there are 16 CCOs in Oregon that operate regionally and are “governed by a partnership among health care providers, community members, and stakeholders in the health systems that have financial responsibility and risk”. An example of this is Health Share of Oregon.

Calendar of Events

Community Advisory Council June Meeting

6/5/15|12:30pm|Health Share of Oregon offices, 2121 SW Broadway, Ste. 200, Portland

Health Share’s Community Advisory Council usually meets on the first Friday of each month at 12:30pm. Meeting locations rotate among Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington Counties.