LIPA

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AcronymDefinition
LIPALong Island Power Authority
LIPALiverpool Institute of Performing Arts (UK)
LIPALocal Internet Protocol Access
LIPALysosomal Acid Lipase (deficiency)
LIPALane Individual Practice Association (est. 1976; Eugene, OR)
LIPALane Independent Provider Association
LIPALabor Institute of Public Affairs (est. 1982)
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In 1996, about 300 local doctors paid about $6,000 each and received shares in return, to form Trillium's forerunner, the Lane Individual Practice Association.
Its roots go back to 1996 when a group of doctors created the Lane Individual Practice Association (LIPA) to manage Medicaid services for local residents.
The doctor who provided records to The Register-Guard was one of several hundred medical doctors who each paid $6,000 in 1996 to form the Lane Individual Practice Association, or LIPA - a forerunner of Trillium.
Most of Agate's shareholders are Lane County doctors who had bought shares in Lane Individual Practice Association Inc.
That recommendation, according to the suit, first was approved but later rejected by the Lane Individual Practice Association and by Dr.
Terry Coplin is CEO of Trillium Community Health Plans and its sister company, Lane Individual Practice Association.
Leo Cytrynbaum, physician and Lane Individual Practice Association board member; and Rhonda Busek, chief operations officer for Lane Individual Practice Association.
HIV Alliance received the following: Arlie and Company, $10,000 for events sponsorships; Lane Individual Practice Association, $5,000; and First Baptist Church of Eugene, a van for needle exchange and outreach programs.
In response, United Way of Lane County, PacificSource Health Plans, the Lane Individual Practice Association and others began to discuss how to address the growing numbers of uninsured.
An anonymous $25,000 donation in October was followed by $18,100 from Lane County's Health and Human Services Department, and $2,500 from the Lane Individual Practice Association, which administers the Oregon Health Plan.
The Lane Individual Practice Association admitted no wrongdoing in the settlement, despite findings in a preliminary state investigation that it had treated OHP clients rudely and disrespectfully; required patients to submit information repeatedly; delayed responses to requests for information; based denials on technicalities; and failed to share information or provide clear explanations about services or procedures to clients.
The Lane Individual Practice Association, known as LIPA, admitted no wrongdoing in the settlement, reached late Thursday and released to the public Friday.