Reversing a trend in which contributions from drugmakers’ political committees and their employees have gone largely to Republicans, so far for 2020 the industry has tilted toward Democrats.
The Trump administration has increasingly pinned its coronavirus testing strategy for the nation on tests that are not the most accurate.
The decision by Good Shepherd Health Care System in Umatilla County upsets employees who feel they are being kept in the dark.
It's very unlikely that a vaccine against the coronavirus will be as effective as the one against measles, for example.
PacificSource fared well but so did PrimaryHealth of Josephine County, which came out on top in the grants but failed to win another CCO contract.
Providers continue to question the Oregon Health Authority’s decision to let the for-profit company serve Medicaid members in the tri-county Portland area.
A panel of experts discussed the current vaccine candidates and the likely timeline of having one that will provide immunity to people next year.
Scribing is a fast-growing field in the U.S., with the workforce expanding from 15,000 in 2015 to an estimated 100,000 this year.
Three experts spoke about the global effort for a COVID-19 vaccine and what it means for Oregonians at a virtual event hosted by the Oregon Health Forum, a non-profit affiliate of The Lund Report.
Growing research indicates that droplets and airborne particles can remain suspended in the air and be breathed in by others and travel distances beyond 6 feet.