As COVID-19 recedes and federal aid runs out, hospitals shakily try to find their balance in a new world of staffing shortages and rising expense.
Celia’s House in Medford received a grant to conduct to identify ways to better engage Latinx cancer patients with palliative and end-of-life care.
Oregon Democrat sees triumph of budget plan after months of internal talks, two all-night Senate sessions.
A Kaiser Permanente researcher says her large-scale four-year study in the Portland and Seattle areas will help track a virus that’s still evolving.
Surprised by last week’s Kansas abortion vote? You shouldn’t be, based on a new data uncovered by Oregon Values and Beliefs Center.
State officials and the hospital industry work on ways to address bottlenecks in the system as more than 500 patients wait for transfers.
The Biden administration argues a federal law requiring providers to offer stabilizing treatment, including abortion when necessary, trumps abortion bans.
New, untested abortion bans have made doctors unsure about treating some pregnancy complications.
A new residency program promises to bring doctors to a county that direly needs them.
Sparking protest from harm reduction activists, concert promoters offer overdose reversing drugs, but not fentanyl testing.