Albertina Kerr is pleased to announce the appointment of Alfredo Soto, M.D., as its new Medical Director of Children’s Mental Health Programs beginning July 1, 2019.
This year has brought an unprecedented wave of new state laws that allow abortions to be performed only early in pregnancy — if at all.
Let the good times keep rolling, say Oregon Health & Science University budget officials.
SALEM – Senate Republicans' walkout over a controversial carbon reduction bill has thrown the legislative session into turmoil in its final days.
Oregon appears poised to embark on a sweeping study of how to establish “universal health care,” although just what that means would be up to the task force the Oregon Legislature would create.
The U.S. Supreme Court announced on Monday that it will hear cases by Moda and other insurers against the federal government over millions of dollars in payments it said it was due under the Affordable Care Act.
SALEM — With the passage of Senate Bill 889, Oregon becomes the fourth state to set a spending benchmark to rein in the rising costs of health care. Modeled after a program in Massachusetts, SB 889 creates the Oregon Health Care Cost Growth Benchmark Program.
After years of declining HIV infections in Multnomah County, state and local public health officials are responding to an increase in new cases, especially among people who use methamphetamines or inject drugs.
Premera Blue Cross and Willamette Dental Group have announced a new dental product, underwritten by Premera, that will feature broad coverage, no deductibles, no annual maximums and no waiting periods.
PeaceHealth recently announced that Joline Treanor will serve as its new executive vice president of people and culture.