Process of forming a Coordinated Care Organization heats up

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KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – There are four health groups competing to become Klamath County’s Coordinated Care Organization, and the process got a little heated this week. At yesterday’s County Commissioner meeting, Cheryl Hukill accused two medical executives and one doctor of threatening her with a smear campaign if she didn’t endorse Cascade Comprehensive Care. Cascade Comprehensive Care CEO Bill Guest was at the meeting yesterday and denied the threats.





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