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Measure 111: How this passage will affect healthcare in Oregon

  • 14 Dec 2022
  • 7:00 PM
  • Zoom


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FREE CME (1.0)

Dec 14, 2022 7:00 pm (PST)

Join the OSPA Equity Task Force for a presentation from Dr. Antonio Germann and Tom Sincic, FNP on the passage of Measure 111. There will be a discussion about the history of this movement along with it’s future impact on healthcare as well as providers in the State.

Title: Measure 111: How it’s passage will affect healthcare in Oregon


  • Discuss the development and purpose of Oregon Measure 111

  • Describe the Oregon Bridge program proposal

  • Introduce the recommendations of the joint taskforce on universal healthcare and what this means to healthcare providers in Oregon.

  • How providers can add their voices to the next steps.

Measure 111 amends the Oregon constitution to ensure that every resident has access to affordable healthcare as a fundamental right. Click HERE for further information.

Dr. Antonio Germann came from a long line of nurses and grew up seeing his family care for his community. He was inspired to continue this legacy when becoming a doctor because he, too, wanted to impact his community by combining his interest in social justice and public health. Dr. Germann works with his patients by having an inclusive, team-based approach. For him, nothing is more rewarding than guiding his patients to a healthier way of life. He has blended his career by serving the migrant farm workers of the Willamette Valley at Salud Medical Clinic where he practices full spectrum rural family medicine with advanced obstetrics and serves as clinical medical director. He founded the Salud Rural Maternal Child Health Fellowship which brings training opportunities for family medicine doctors to learn the skills they need to serve in rural communities and deliver advanced obstetrics care. Dr. Germann holds a MPH in health policy from Harvard University. Throughout his career, he has championed health reform policies leading to greater access to care for his patients and communities. During the pandemic he served on Gov. Kate Brown’s COVID-19 medical advisory panel and he currently serves on the state Task Force Bridge program.

Tom Sincic has an MSN in Community Health Nursing from Yale University, and was a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) for 36 years. As an FNP, he served communities in rural East Tennessee, in Michigan with the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe, in Oregon with Corrections Health, and in school-based health clinics with a diverse array of students. It is through these experiences that Tom became a staunch advocate of healthcare as a right, and of the need for a single-payer universal healthcare system.

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