Midway through the open enrollment period for the individual health insurance market, Oregon is off to a hot start, but with only three weeks left till the normal window to sign up for 2018 closes on Dec. 15, the state may still fall short of 2017 enrollment.
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Luke Dorf Behavioral Health needs a Mental Health Service Coordinator. Service Coordinators provide individual counseling, facilitates groups and coordinate individual clien
The number of people sent to the state hospital pending criminal trials has declined from its alarming peak in 2016, but this population is still too high.
Earlier this week, I attend the Oregon Health Forum breakfast on Oregon’s Addiction Services System. Judge Eric Bloch moderated the discussion.
OPINION -- This was the first of many surprising conclusions discovered by our committee of citizens. We spent seven months attempting to understand Oregon’s addiction problem.
Oregon voters will decide on Jan. 23 whether to overturn $320 million in healthcare assessments intended to balance the state’s Medicaid budget.That vote takes place just two weeks prior to legislators convening in Salem again.
Expensive, complex drugs to treat Multiple Sclerosis are just getting more expensive, even as more options come onto the market.
Former Governor John Kitzhaber joined with proponents of a coordinated statewide look at addiction Wednesday, saying that only big thinking and new approaches will allow Oregon to rise from its spot as 49th of the 50 U.S.