Oregon CCO reform bill narrowly passes in House, now heads to Senate


SALEM – After years of stalemate, the Oregon House on Tuesday narrowly approved several reforms to the state’s 15 coordinated care organizations, which provide government-funded health care to low-income residents in Oregon’s Medicaid program. House Bill 4018 passed on a bipartisan 32-26 vote, with most Republicans and five Democrats voting …

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