More than two years ago, dozens of workers at Providence Milwaukie Hospital voted to unionize under Service Employees International Union Local 49.
There seems to be something unique about the bars and restaurants in Oregon: Unlike those in other states and countries besieged by the coronavirus pandemic, Oregon’s indoor eating and drinking establishments don’t appear to be risky places to catch COVID-19.
For a world crippled by the coronavirus, salvation hinges on a vaccine.
But in the United States, where at least 4.6 million people have been infected and nearly 155,000 have died, the promise of that vaccine is hampered by a vexing epidemic that long preceded COVID-19: obesity.
The for-profit Medicaid insurer has contracted with Oregon Health & Science University and Legacy for some services but failed to woo Providence Health & Services.
About 30 students entered a two-part nurse practitioner program last June, expecting the university to lock-in their tuition. Instead, OHSU is suspending its "tuition promise."
For the second straight year, Oregonians shopping for individual plans on the state’s health insurance marketplace will see rate increases below 2%.
Gov. Kate Brown's prevention strategy to prevent community spread has proven ineffective amid testing delays and some residents’ unwillingness to cooperate with investigators.
The Coalition for a Healthy Oregon (COHO) is pleased to announce that Yamhill Community Care has joined its statewide association of coordinated care organizations that now represent more than 184,000 members of the Oregon Health Plan.
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Health care officials and providers say Oregon faces a "new normal" and must prepare for the worst as the pandemic continues.