A new poll indicates there is broad support in Oregon for universal health care, with many residents in favor of funding it with a tax.
Clinical research funding continues to lag for the U.S. population of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders, even though the nation’s largest biomedical funding agency has pledged to prioritize research on diverse populations, a new study from Oregon State University shows.
The Oregon Association of Hospitals and Health Systems (OAHHS) announced today that Becky Hultberg will become the organization’s new President and Chief Executive Officer when she assumes the position in December.
Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon has named Dr. James (Jim) Polo as its executive medical director. Dr.
Months-long negotiations between Oregon Health & Science University and a union that represents nearly half of its workforce have ended with a tentative agreement.
About half of the employees at McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center in Springfield have voted to strike.
Preparing a child for school success and the start of kindergarten is one of the most important goals of early childhood care and education.
A medical crisis hit the heart transplant program at Oregon Health & Science University the year before it collapsed. A rash of patients died, giving the program its worst outcomes in three decades.
CANCUN, Mexico — Donna Ferguson awoke in the resort city of Cancun before sunrise on a sweltering Saturday in July.
She wasn’t headed to the beach. Instead, she walked down a short hallway from her Sheraton hotel and into Galenia Hospital.
The two organizations shut out of the awarding last month of Medicaid contracts accuse the state of unfairly rejecting their bids and potentially sowing turmoil in their communities' health care coor