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Oregon Wins Round 1 In Cover Oregon Battle

By Jim McCoy Fri 21st November NewsCover Oregon
The state of Oregon has won the first round against Oracle Inc. in their legal dispute over the failed Cover Oregon health insurance website. U.S. District Judge Anna Brown on Friday rejected Oracle's effort to consolidate competing cases and try them in federal court, at least for now.Read More »

Klamath Falls Resident Reports Cover Oregon Security Breach

By Jim McCoy Thu 16th October NewsCover Oregon
A Klamath Falls woman who applied for health coverage through Cover Oregon says the insurance exchange mailed her the personal information of other applicants. Ann Migliaccio told The Associated Press she received documents last week containing the names and birth dates of two applicants from Hillsboro. She says the documents did not include Social Security numbers.Read More »

Oracle Amends Lawsuit Against State of Oregon

By Jim McCoy Wed 17th September NewsCover OregonlawsuitOracle
Oracle America has amended its lawsuit against Oregon over the state's troubled health insurance website. The company's new complaint adds an allegation of copyright infringement on top of the earlier accusations that Oregon breached contracts and failed to act in good faith. The amended suit was filed last week in federal court in Portland.Read More »

Cover Oregon: Tax Credit Error Hits 775 Oregonians

By Jim McCoy Mon 15th September NewsCover Oregon
Cover Oregon has identified 775 households that will owe money to the federal government because they were given tax credits that were too large. More than 42,000 families got tax credits beginning in January.Read More »

Cover Oregon Scrambling To Fix Tax Credit Error

By Jim McCoy Tue 9th September NewsCover Oregon
Cover Oregon is trying to figure out how many people who enrolled in private health insurance plans may owe more tax money as a result of the exchange's blunder in calculating federal tax credits.Read More »

An Expensive Fix For Cover Oregon

By Jim McCoy Fri 29th August NewsCover Oregon
The turnaround expert hired to fix Cover Oregon has stayed longer than expected, did more than planned and has left behind a big bill. The Oregonian reports ( ) Clyde Hamstreet has completed his job stabilizing Oregon's health care exchange.Read More »

State of Oregon Suing Oracle

By Jim McCoy Fri 22nd August NewsCover OregonOracleState of Oregon
Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum says she's filed a lawsuit against Oracle Corp. and several of its executives over the technology company's role in the state's troubled health insurance exchange. The lawsuit filed Friday in Marion County Circuit Court seeks more than $200 million in damages. It alleges that Oracle officials made false statements and submitted false claims.Read More »

Tech Firm Hired To Aid With Cover Oregon Transition

By Jim McCoy Tue 1st July NewsCover Oregon
Oregon has hired a tech firm to help transfer the botched Cover Oregon health insurance exchange to the federal exchange website and finish building the state's Medicaid system. The Oregon Health Authority will pay Deloitte (deh-LOYT) Consulting, LLC up to $18.4 million to be the systems integrator that oversees the transition.Read More »

Panel Picks Kaiser Official To Head Cover Oregon

By Jim McCoy Thu 12th June NewsAaron PatnodeCover Oregon
A hiring panel has recommended a Kaiser Permanente official as the new director of Cover Oregon. Cover Oregon's board could vote later Thursday to make the hire. Officials say Aaron Patnode led Kaiser's efforts to implement the federal health care law.Read More »

Alert: Kitzhaber Going After Oracle

By Jim McCoy Thu 29th May NewsCover OregonGov. John KitzhaberOracle
Kitzhaber asks attorney general to sue Oracle Corp., over failed Cover Oregon website. Kitzhaber addressed a state legislative committee Thursday afternoon. The state paid Oracle Corp. $134 million in federal funds to build what turned out to be a glitch-filled Cover Oregon site.Read More »


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