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November 13, 2014 | OPB
According to the Gallup-Healthways ranking, Oregonians are the 25th healthiest people in the nation. A new Oregon non-profit kicked off a campaign Thursday to better that ranking - by improving your lifestyle.
November 12, 2014 | Employee Benefit News
Speaking in Washington, D.C., Tuesday, hubbub vice president of sales and marketing Brian Berchtold told conference goers that when looking at wellness program engagement, employers need to be aware of habits and social effects that can influence behavior.
November 12, 2014 | Herald and News
Oregon Healthiest State is a partnership between Gov. John Kitzhaber, Oregon Health and Sciences University, Nike, Cambia Health Solutions and the Oregon Business Council, with the goal of creating a healthier Oregon.
November 11, 2014 | The Oregonian
Oregon business, educational and political leaders are gearing up to take on Iowa to be the "healthiest state."
November 06, 2014 | Portland Business Journal
Oregon Senator Ron Wyden was a keynote speaker at the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network's forum on palliative care in Portland. Also speaking at the event was Cambia CEO Mark Ganz who said palliative care is a personal issue to him, beyond cost savings. "That is not why we do this," he said. "This is about the patient."
October 31, 2014 | Bloomberg BNA
Cambia Health Solutions announced the creation of a Seattle hub providing the venture-capital sector early access to innovators from the region's robust biotech and health-care cluster.
October 30, 2014 | Bellevue Reporter
At the Governor's Life Sciences Summit, the WBBA announced a new partnership with Cambia Health Solutions, Regence BlueShield and local medical professionals Qliance and University of Washington Medicine to build a new biomedical business incubator facility. The Cambia Grove will offer a centralized location and meeting place for those working to develop new and better products and technologies.The space, located in downtown Seattle, is slated to open in late January.
October 27, 2014 | Seattle Business
Cambia Health Solutions, the Portland-based health care company, announced today the establishment of Cambia Grove, a new collaborative facility in Seattle that will serve as an incubator and center for health care innovation. The 9,000-square-foot center will open its doors in early 2015. Among Cambia’s partners are the University of Washington Medical Center, Regence Blue Shield and Qliance Medical Group.
October 27, 2014 | Clinical Innovation + Technology
Cambia Health Solutions, based in Portland, Ore., plans to establish The Cambia Grove, a collaborative facility in Seattle that will serve as a hub to foster innovation and transformation in the healthcare industry on a national level.
October 24, 2014 | FierceHealthPayer
The Cambia Grove, led by Cambia Health Solutions, has teamed up with its first anchor partners, Regence BlueShield and UW Health System, to transform the health care industry.