After unanimously voting to recommend a miraculous hepatitis C drug for approval in 2013, a panel of experts advising the Food and Drug Administration gushed about what they’d accomplished.
Ilona Jaspers initially approached the outbreak of vaping-related illnesses with a clinical curiosity.
For many Oregonians, it’s time to sign up for health insurance.
The American Osteopathic Foundation (AOF) is honored to announce the Heatherington Foundation for Innovation and Education in Health Care, located in Portland, Oregon, has made a game-changing donation of one million dollars to support educational scholarships to osteopathic minority medical stud
Oregon Health & Science University faces a shortage of critical blood products from the American Red Cross.
Trillium Community Health Plan has been issuing erroneous and potentially deceptive information about its hospital provider network that could hurt Portland-area Medicaid patients who switch to Trillium’s insurance plan for next year.
Everything old is new again. As open enrollment gets underway for next year’s job-based health insurance coverage, some employees are seeing traditional plans offered alongside or instead of the plans with sky-high deductibles that may have been their only choice in the past.
Over the last year, Ph.D. graduate students at Oregon Health & Science University came together to form our own union, Graduate Researchers United/AFSCME (GRU). Now, we are in the process of negotiating our first union contract.
Efforts to legalize cannabis have succeeded in 33 states, including Oregon and Washington. And there’s a federal bill that would allow banks to cater to cannabis businesses.
Legacy Health is helping to protect those experiencing homelessness by donating flu and hepatitis A vaccines to several local organizations that serve vulnerable populations.