Now is truly the time for Medicare for All.
Oregon will get only half the 20,000 coronavirus tests that Gov. Kate Brown promised from a private commercial lab, and state health officials have no plans to put those tests to immediate use identifying infected residents.
A new state breakdown of confirmed Oregon COVID-19 cases indicates that Hispanic Oregonians are over-represented, while African Americans are not.
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Federal health officials, citing a need to focus on the COVID-19 pandemic, have temporarily halted some efforts to recover hundreds of millions of dollars in overpayments made to Medicare Advantage health plans.
The Oregon Health & Science University could lose up to $425 million over the next two years if it doesn’t take swift action, OHSU leaders told staff this week.
A month after Oregon’s first COVID-19 case was confirmed, state medical officials say the worst of t