Board members on Friday will discuss diversity plans as well as a mixed report on financial health.
Patients with weakened immune systems, who are at high risk from COVID-19, say pharmacies are turning them away when they seek additional vaccine doses recommended by federal health officials.
A journalist with Type 1 diabetes describes unexpectedly battling prior authorization delays as his supply of insulin dwindled.
In two more hearings Monday, state officials heard criticism of a ‘permanent rule’ that they promise will be rescinded when pandemic conditions improve.
As the COVID-19 pandemic nears the two-year mark, state legislators say its lessons are spawning bills.
Oregon hospitals urge lawmakers to refrain from new mandates, saying they’re nearing capacity because they can’t discharge patients like they normally do.
SEIU Local 49-affiliated health care workers have approved a three-year contract with raises and other benefits.
The Biden administration’s effort to distribute free COVID-19 tests nationwide was supposed to start Wednesday, but the government began taking orders on Tuesday.
Statewide, senior care facilities face critically short supply of qualified caregivers and exponential costs, an industry representative says.
Mobile COVID-19 testing tents and vans have sprouted on urban sidewalks and street curbs, sparking concerns about risks.