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Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum joined 43 states in a lawsuit filed Friday against Teva Pharmaceuticals and 19 of the nation's largest generic drug manufacturers alleging a broad conspiracy to inflate and manipulate prices, reduce competition and restrain trade for more than 100 different

May 13 2019

The Oregon Health Authority uncovered a phishing incident at Oregon State Hospital that affected one staff person’s email box. That email box contained patients’ health information protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

May 13 2019

The head of Oregon Health & Science University’s emergency department is stepping down following an internal investigation and an exodus of physicians from the department.

May 13 2019

SALEM – In a dramatic turn of events, Senate Democrats agreed Monday to kill a mandatory school vaccination bill that would have given Oregon some of the country's strictest child vaccination laws.

May 13 2019

Private health insurance plans in 2017 paid more than twice what Medicare would have for those same health care services, says a sweeping new study from Rand Corp., a respected research organization.

May 10 2019

Oregon just became the first state in the nation to allow dentists to offer any vaccination to a patient.

Minnesota and Illinois do allow dentists to vaccinate, but only for the flu and only in adults.

May 8 2019
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SALEM – A key piece of Gov. Kate Brown's long-term Medicaid funding plan won’t pass this legislative session, blowing a $120 million hole in the governor’s "four-pillar" approach to funding the Oregon Health Plan.

May 8 2019
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Oregon Health & Science University’s leadership made about $30 million in base pay in 2018, according to a Lund Report analysis.

May 8 2019

Federal officials are proposing new regulations that for the first time could allow patients to compare prices charged by various hospitals and other health care providers using data sent to their smartphones.

May 8 2019

SALEM – With more than 100 opponents of mandatory school vaccinations looking on, an undeterred Oregon House of Representatives passed a bill on Monday that removes non-medical exemptions for school-aged children.

May 6 2019

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