With the Oregon State Hospital at capacity, Oregon lacks mental health care options for people who can't assist with their own trials.
A model of charging high patient fees without guaranteeing access to evidence-based care makes addiction care attractive to private equity firms.
The facilities’ made payments to companies run or controlled by their owners, often paying them well above the cost of services.
John Santa, a longtime Oregon Health Policy Board member, says the risks deserve more study.
Proponents showed up in force to support legislation that would clear legal hurdles preventing wider distribution of naloxone, an opioid overdose-reversing drug.
Health insurers had feared the federal government would demand repayment of billions of dollars in overcharges received as far back as 2011.
Sen. Elizabeth Steiner explains how her bill would help ensure the therapy program has safe and equitable results.
Programs like OHSU’s Oregon Nursing Education Academy aim to make education more accessible.
Its proposed absorption of Mid-Columbia Medical Center comes with promises, presenting a new test for Oregon’s merger law.
A panel of experts disagreed with the FDA’s proposal that everyone get at least one shot a year, saying more information was needed.