Introductions to new Council members and selecting Council Liaison to Health Share's Board of Directors tops agenda
Health Organizations Join Tri-County Opioid Treatment Network, Expanding Access to Medication Assisted Treatment
New partners include trusted and experienced mental health and substance use providers, Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare, De Paul Treatment Centers, LifeWorks Northwest and Sequoia Mental Health Services, Inc.
Through pay-for-performance program, Health Share of Oregon earns funds to reinvest in the community.
Approval of the Oregon Health Plan Budget protects health coverage for more than 1 million Oregonians across the state
Health Share's Community Advisory Council plays critical role ensuring member voice and experience are at the center of what we do.
After five years of working to transform the health delivery system, efforts continue to show improved care, coordination and outcomes for OHP members.
Committed to addressing health disparities and contributing to a more equitable health care system, Health Share of Oregon is excited to announce the hiring of three health equity program managers to build upon current initiatives. The new staff will focus on three main areas: workforce diversity, community health, and supporting equity strategies across Health Share’s partner health plans.
(Portland OR) - In a continued effort to reduce health disparities, promote health equity and improve overall population health, a workgroup of Health Share's Community Advisory Council will work on prioritizing the community health needs identified through initial findings from Health Share's community health needs assessment (CHNA).
Health Share of Oregon, CODA, Inc. and Central City Concern partner to help break down barriers for individuals seeking treatment for substance use disorders
To support its 2016 Community Health Improvement Plan, Health Share seeks to broaden awareness of community experiences and health challenges through participatory photography
In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, Trillium Family Services awards Health Share Chief Operating Officer, Deborah Friedman, as a 2016 #KeepOregonWell Mental Health Hero
In a continued effort to reduce health disparities, promote health equity and improve overall population health, the Community Advisory Council will work on prioritizing the identified health needs of the community in which Health Share serves, at its monthly meeting, Friday, May 6.
Dr. Maggie Bennington-Davis, Health Share’s Chief Medical Officer, will testify before the Senate Committee on Finance to address approaches in mental health care
Health Share of Oregon staff will present new data platforms that are available to help identify health disparities among its membership. In addition, staff will present plans for how Health Share can engage its members in addressing these disparities. The information will be used to shape community health improvement efforts.
Event to Encourage A Thoughtful Approach to Chronic Pain, Addiction, and Trauma
Project Nurture, integrating maternity care and addiction treatment for pregnant women with substance use disorders, highlights the Community Advisory Council’s August 7 meeting
Dr. Helen Bellanca, Associate Medical Director for Health Share of Oregon, will give a presentation on Project Nurture, a collaborative program of behavioral health and maternal providers which serves pregnant women with substance abuse disorders, at the August 7 meeting of Health Share’s Community Advisory Council.
Health Share of Oregon announced today the promotion of Dr. Maggie Bennington-Davis to Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of the state’s largest Coordinated Care Organization (CCO). Dr. Helen Bellanca, formerly manager of Health Share’s Maternal Child Family program, has been appointed Associate Medical Director
Presentations by Community Health Improvement Plan grant recipients lead agenda for Community Advisory Council’s July 10 public meeting
The four organizations which received grants from Health Share of Oregon’s 2015 Community Health Improvement Plan will give presentations on the results of their grant projects at the July 10 meeting of Health Share’s Community Advisory Council.
Health Share of Oregon meets 100% of Oregon Health Authority 2014 Incentive Measures for Coordinated Care Organizations
Tri-County Metro CCO is awarded over $34.5 million, which will be reinvested in and build on Health Share’s health reform efforts for Oregon Health Plan Members
Updates on Non-Emergency Medical Transportation and Community Health Improvement Plan lead agenda for Community Advisory Council’s June 5 public meeting
The Community Advisory Council for Health Share of Oregon will hear updates on several of the Coordinated Care Organization’s (CCO) major programs during their monthly public meeting on Friday, June 5.
Health Share of Oregon announced the appointment of John A. Sanders as Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the Tri-County Metro area coordinated care organization (CCO). Formerly the CIO for The Portland Clinic, Sanders brings more than 15 years’ experience in the development and management of advanced health technology solutions.
The Unity Center for Behavioral Health, a proposed dedicated psychiatric Emergency Room, tops the agenda at the Friday, March 6 meeting of Health Share of Oregon’s Community Advisory Council.
Health Share of Oregon announced today the appointment of Dr. Maggie Bennington-Davis as Senior Medical Director of the Tri-County Metro area coordinated care organization (CCO).
Deborah Friedman has been appointed Chief Operations Officer for Health Share of Oregon, Oregon’s largest coordinated care organization.
Health Share of Oregon wants to hear from you! We are inviting our community and health care providers to tell us how the Oregon Health Plan is working for you and your family.
“Conversations with Health Share” on January 14 provides opportunity for members and health care providers to share feedback
In order to better meet the healthcare needs of its members, Health Share of Oregon is holding a series of public meetings to hear how the Oregon Health Plan is working for them and their families.