Oregon health reforms proceeding as issues, lawmakers told
Sen. Chip Shields, D-Portland, asked when the new groups' boards would be required to hold public meetings, saying he's heard complaints of secrecy in the Portland area. "This is billions of dollars in state money," he said.
Goldberg replied that while he agrees transparency is important, there is no plan for the groups' boards to meet publicly. "These CCOs are not public bodies."
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Posted on Sept. 14, 2012
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