The flu season has caught with the Willamette Valley, with an increase in cases from Southern Oregon to Salem to the Portland area in recent weeks.
News from the “Universal Access to Health Care” workgroup wasn’t all bad.
A leader at the Unity Center for Behavioral Health resigned.
Chris Farentinos, the mental health facility’s vice president is “leaving to pursue new opportunities,” according to an announcement obtained by The Lund Report.
A man who worked at Oregon Health & Science University for nearly three decades is suing the institution for discrimination, claiming he was fired for being black and lost full retirement benefits.
Emilia Ford became pregnant at 15 and, after her daughter was born, dropped out of high school.
Fifty-eight of Oregon's 60 acute care hospitals are tax-exempt, not-for-profit hospitals.
Portland and Clark County are starting the new year with two cases of the measles.
Central City Concern has added two insiders to its executive team.
Dr. Andy Mendenhall has been promoted to the position of chief medical officer, replacing Dr. Rachel Solotaroff, who is now the nonprofit’s president and CEO.
The Oregon Health Authority on Friday released a draft of its requirements for its next round of Medicaid contracts.
As of Jan. 1, in the name of transparency, the Trump administration required that all hospitals post their list prices online.