PeaceHealth recently announced that Joline Treanor will serve as its new executive vice president of people and culture.
A majority of nurses at the Unity Center for Behavioral Health have voted to unionize.
SALEM – Oregon's hospitals have long been required to provide free or discounted care for low-income patients under state and federal charity care laws.
Language, education, income and housing all play a role in the health care disparities in Oregon, panelists at a health care forum said on Wednesday.
Many Portland-area mentally ill people who are homeless, addicted to drugs or have other problems end up being inappropriately jailed because Portland-area hospitals don’t want them on their property, and police don’t know what to do with them except put them in jail for trespassing, an investiga
SALEM – Gov. Kate Brown's $340 million tobacco tax package is headed to the Oregon House of Representatives.
EASTON, Pa. — Walk into a big-box retailer such as Walmart or Michaels and you’re likely to see MCS Industries’ picture frames, decorative mirrors or kitschy wall décor.
SALEM – The insurers that deliver Medicaid-funded health services to nearly 1 million Oregonians will be subject to stricter financial oversight under a bill that's a signature from the governor away from becoming law.
The influential board that certifies emergency medicine physicians in the United States is looking into allegations of harassment against Dr. John Ma, the head of the emergency department at Oregon Health & Science University.
SALEM – Gov. Kate Brown's $320 million tobacco tax package, considered by many observers to be on life support just a week ago, has roared back into the spotlight in the legislative session's final days.