In Oregon, some young children in foster care are being moved from place to place repeatedly. Some children are placed in homeless shelters or out-of-state institutions, without Oregon officials knowing what happens to them on a day-to-day basis.
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More than 100 people who attended a wedding in Oregon last year were sickened by a bug unknown to most people.
The outbreak of Shigella, which only sickens people and higher primates, was the second largest in the United States in more than 30 years.
Three years after breaking ground, two unconventional health care facilities are officially complete.
Recognizing the crucial role that community-based support organizations play in helping people sustain recovery from addiction, the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation has selected an innovative Oregon recovery leader as the third recipient of its annual "Kelly Clark Spirit Award."
This week marked a dividing point in the Oregon Legislative session: Bills that did not make it through House and Senate committees died, bringing those left on the table into sharper focus.
Oregon Health & Science University faces another discrimination lawsuit.
Gov. Kate Brown today detailed her support for House Bill 2270, which raises the cost of tobacco products in Oregon to improve health and stabilize funding for the Oregon Health Plan.
Industrial nations worldwide offer universal health care in several forms, while the United States lags and may — on a federal level — lack the political will or capability to make a significant change, according to panelists who spoke Wednesday at the Oregon Health Forum.
Sustainable growth and financial transparency are listed among the state’s priorities for coordinated care organizations vying for Oregon’s second round of Medicaid funding.