Weekly Legislative Update February 10, 2020 Quote of the Week “I always say it’s just like that TV show “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” – just without the vampires and that slaying bit. ” Rep. Dan Rayfield describes what it’s like to co-chair Ways and Means with his Senate colleagues, Sen. Elizabeth Steiner Hayward and Sen. … Continue reading February 2020 SUPER SPEED Session Update
Democrats pass key priorities DESPITE walkouts The 82nd Legislative Assembly convened on January 22 and adjourned on June 30, six and a half hours ahead of the midnight constitutional deadline. Democrats held super majorities in the Senate (18-12) and in the House (38-22) but Senate Republican walkouts and the House practice of requiring all bills … Continue reading 2019 Legislative Session Final Report
Oregon General Election Update November 7, 2018 Click above for Katy's 2018 election report. OCEP can bring the legislatives updates to you in person, contact us if you'd like a visit to your practice group!
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July 2018: The OCCP, which was slated to ramp up a pilot program in July, has been suspended after Oregon Health Authority officials determined the cost and complexity were prohibitive. While the intent of the bill was to streamline the credentialing process, reduce the burden on practitioners and eliminate duplication, there were significant challenges that made … Continue reading Breaking News: End of Oregon Common Credentialing Program (OCCP)
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2018 Legislative Session Final Report Click the above link for a PDF report from our Government Affairs Director, Katy King, on the 2018 Legislative Session.
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Oregon ACEP Council Delegates Evangeline Sokol MD, John Moorhead MD, Michelle Shaw MD, Samuel Kim MD, and Michael McCaskill MD represented Oregon docs at the 2017 ACEP Council meeting. Resolutions voted on included increasing diversity in the College, expanding involvement and participation of EMRA members, and various strategies to address the opioid crisis. Nationally, ACEP … Continue reading Oregon ACEP heads to the ACEP Council & ACEP17
Oregon Revised Statute 441.750 requires hospitals to report statistical information to the Public Health Division about patients under 18 years of age who have attempted suicide. The Public Health Division has developed, in partnership with Oregon hospital emergency departments, a new electronic data reporting system known as ESSENCE that can now be used to gather … Continue reading Changes to Adolescent Suicide Reporting (ORS 441.750)