September 19, 2018 | NBC Left Field | by NBC Left Field
America’s opioid epidemic continues to ravage every area of the country; today, opioid overdoses are the leading cause of death for people under the age of 50. The first step to solving the opioid epidemic may be reversing the stigma on medically assisted treatment.
July 25, 2018 | Early Learning Multnomah | by Early Learning Multnomah-United Way of the Columbia Willamette
Early Learning Multnomah’s annual Parent Accountability Council (PAC) celebration is a lot like a big family reunion. Families gather on a sunny day in mid-July, coo over new babies, keep a close eye on toddlers mastering first steps, and share stories that lead to fits of laughter.
July 5, 2018 | Portland Business Journal | by Elizabeth Hayes
Fourteen of the state's 16 CCOs earned their incentive payments by meeting quality care benchmarks last year, with Health Share reaping $43.7 million and FamilyCare $20.2 million.
5/22/2018 | Health Informatics | by David Raths
“Wheelhouse is sponsored by Health Share of Oregon, which serves approximately 300,000 Medicaid members in the Portland area. increase availability and access to MAT. CODA and another organization, Central City Concern (CCC) make up the hub.”
5/22/2018 | Portland Business Journal | by Elizabeth Hayes
We want transportation providers that really see themselves as part of the health care delivery system, not just a driver giving a ride,” said Jeremy Koehler, Health Share’s manager for contracting and network development.
4/2/2018 | Portland Business Journal | by Elizabeth Hayes
"While the procurement process for the second round of five-year CCO contracts is in the very early stages, Meyer and other Health Share leadership have already crafted a vision for carrying out their priorities as the CCO matures into its next phase."
2/12/2018 | The Oregonian | by Janet Meyer
“The entire Health Share team is committed to making this transition continue as smoothly as possible for members. Together with our partners, members and health care providers, we will continue to be advocates for progress while pursuing the best possible health for everyone.”
2/7/2018 | Portland Observer | by Michael Anderson-Nathe
"Health equity is achievable and requires deliberate action on our part. That's what we believe at Health Share of Oregon..."
2/5/18 | Basic Rights Oregon | by Michael Anderson-Nathe
“…this moment [i]s an opportunity to make sure our provider network is meeting our community’s needs and to act even more deliberately and thoughtfully to advance equity for our members and all Oregonians.”
2/2/2018 | Portland Business Journal | by Elizabeth Hayes
"Call volume was up today, but overall, the transition has gone smoothly, Meyer said."