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Oregon St Sheriff's Assoc 100718
AN INTERVIEW WITH JOHN BISHOP, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OR THE OREGON STATE SHERIFF’S ASSOCIATION ABOUT THE WORK SHERIFF’S DO AROUND THE STATE.
getting him hooked up with professionals that can help them who can Medicaid . Who can do other do other things that are needed maybe put him and halfway ouster transitional house. Our mental health hospitals
I'm Listening Portland
time with my family and I are you taking out culmination of Medicaid medication and therapy that helps you stay sort of balanced out. USA I personally take medication and offense the answer for every
UCP Oregon 081218
AN INTERVIEW WITH SUSAN CUSHMAN AND GAVIN JOHNSON WITH UCP OREGON ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO ASSISTING PEOPLE WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AND OTHER DEVELOPMENTAL AND INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES, AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING WALK.
service areas have a fee for service that they actually pay. VM Medicaid usually poker and so that's how that works. And it's it's a great obtain so there's some things that we can't pay for a so they reimbursements from. Medicaid I beg grade is just I think anybody in the health care industry with a. So there are how we do amazing
Morrison Child & Family Services 072218
AN INTERVIEW WITH DREW HENRIE-MCWILLIAMS, CEO OF MORRISON CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH CHILDREN AND FAMILIES WITH MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE ISSUES AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING BIKE TOUR.
Since calmed the maturity of those that we serve. Have as their health insurance . Medicaid . Which in this state we call the Oregon health plan. And on Medicaid as a health insurance is for those that are living at the poverty level or up to 300% of the poverty level. Com and so these are families dot com. There are struggling financially or are what get referred to as as the working for armed. And win your health insurance is Medicaid if you have a mental health or substance abuse issues. That cheer on insurance for that as well so that. That's a
Healthcare Blues Fest 040818
AN INTERVIEW WITH NORMAN SYLVESTER ABOUT THE HEALING THE HEALTHCARE BLUES FESTIVAL, WHICH IS A FUNDRAISER FOR HEALTH CARE FOR ALL OREGON.
different level because. Most politicians held the golden fleece plan and bill health insurance and benefits for ever. You know also live this this stance that they they is no chance they don't get sick they
Planned Parenthood 012118
AN INTERVIEW WITH ADRIENNE QUINTANA, CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER FROM PLANNED PARENTHOOD COLUMBIA WILLAMETTE ABOUT THE SERVICES THEY OFFER AND GENERAL SEXUAL HEALTH TOPICS.
do appointments. In addition we offer a full range of insurance and Medicaid plans on right now we have offer armed services to over army contract with over forty. I'm insurance companies in Medicaid payers so therefore we can see a whole range of people. And we also offer same day discounts were very very low
their community. And they may or may not accept self pay or Medicaid patients we know a lot of health care providers have limits and caps on the number of Medicaid providers. That they offer. And if they don't know. If they don't accept Medicaid and these patients have to pay out of pocket in Maine are may not be affordable. So we really are vital resource
Portland Clinic Of Holistic Health 012118
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. ERIC BLAKE, MEDICAL DIRECTOR AND NATUROPATHIC DOCTOR AT THE PORTLAND CLINIC OF HOLISTIC HEALTH ABOUT NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE AND HOW PATIENTS CAN BENEFIT FROM IT.
you prosecute. The market and actually. Saying and what you're doing monopolizing health care system . I think it's being under the organization that quietly. And secretly working to lobby. I. Legally it creates against outlaw all expansion.
Oregon ABLE Savings 010718
AN INTERVIEW WITH DAVID BELL WITH THE OREGON ABLE SAVINGS PLAN AND TOBI RATES WITH THE AUTISM SOCIETY OF OREGON ABOUT THE SAVINGS PLAN THAT ALLOWS PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES TO SAVE MONEY.
supplemental security income. Which is up 735 dollars a month but also Medicaid benefits which is your health insurance . Com. So it created a disincentive to have people working and also left a lot of people with disabilities in poverty. Because
Kinship House 111917
AN INTERVIEW WITH DENNISE KOWALCZYK WITH KINSHIP HOUSE AND DERENDA SCHUBERT WITH BRIDGE MEADOWS ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH FOSTER CHILDREN AND FAMILIES.
effective therapy says they didn't want it to be lost because. The health care system must going to cover it. Foster children come with kind of a unique set of of complications shall we say so and
Inclusive Community Collaborative 102917
AN INTERVIEW WITH ALICIA DELASHMUTT, FOUNDING NEIGHBOR AND SUSAN CUSHMAN, A VOLUNTEER, BOTH WITH INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE, A NON-PROFIT BUILDING CO-HOUSING IN PORTLAND.
that you typically get in a group home is usually funded through Medicaid and that's based on. Your assessment ands and how those hours are those those supports are allocated to you. You can still