SB 1508 – Oregon

Status: Enacted
Year Introduced: 2024

This bill updates health care provisions. The Oregon Health Authority is to determine the types of health care services provided for recipients of medical assistance. Such assistance will be subjected to revisions and revisions based on legislative funding. The bill also involves setting standards for health care services, determining fees, and perhaps requiring co-payment from recipients. Health services will be provided based on global budgets set by the authority and approved by the Governer. The bill also covers the duties, roles, and composition of the Health Evidence Review Commission and Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee who assist with providing care. It also defines key terms related to the assistance process like medical assistance, coordinated care organization, alternative payment methodology, quality of life in general measure, among others.

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