The respiratory therapist claims she was fired for filing workers’ compensation claims after contracting COVID-19 on the job.
State lawmakers and health care industry experts say the future includes workforce and capacity challenges for Oregon — even after COVID-19 fades.
The state and local governments can’t agree on how the money should be allocated, putting the total amount available to Oregon in jeopardy.
The shortage of beds at Oregon State Hospital reflects a national trend linked to staffing deficits that are cramping services in the public mental health system.
Judge Nan Waller ordered the state to pay $2,500 per day, per person as long as two people wait in jail for admission to the hospital.
The Lund Report asked the Congressman about what makes his plan different from the proposal he recently voted against.
The health care industry deals with anti-vaccine workers while looking ahead to booster shots and future COVID-19 waves.
Reginald Daniels, who is Black, worked at Providence for 33 years before he was fired.
The latest OHSU forecast points to coronavirus cases remaining high until past Thanksgiving.
Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York set requirements for how much nursing homes must spend on residents’ direct care.