President Barack Obama signed legislation last week that makes a significant change in the health law’s small business rules, following a rare bipartisan effort to amend the health law.
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With one exception, Oregon’s coordinated care organizations (CCOs) all reported strong profits in recently published second quarter financial reports through June 30, 2015.
“People just can’t access care,” Kintz said. “I hope this (pilot) spreads statewide.”
The Milwaukie High School Health & Wellness Center operated by the nonprofit Outside In promises “real help right here” to let youth learn by improving their physical and emotional health.
OPINION -- As a parent of a child with Asperger’s Syndrome I am always looking for ways to help my son connect with his peers and feel included in his social circle. When children are little, it is not much of an issue because all kids are learning to be social.
“We’re grateful for these resources but it’s still a quarter of what the CDC [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] recommends for tobacco prevention,” said Luci Longoria, health promotion manager for the Oregon Health Authority’s Public Health Division.
Moda Health continues to ratchet up financial woes. The latest news – a decision by the leading insurance rating and information source – A.M.
Scientists say early detection of Alzheimer’s disease could be the key to treating the disease before it causes irreversible brain damage or mental decline while research toward early detection has improved.
The Oregon Office on Disability and Health is at the forefront of improving services and awareness about the needs of people with disabilities, a crucial step that researchers say can improve their health and quality of life.
Patient transportation and a Native American peer-to-peer health project dominated Health Share’s Community Advisory Council’s October meeting.
The transition from TriMet to Access2Care, which offers rides for non-emergency medical visits, is experiencing some bumps in the road.