Advocates battling PeaceHealth’s looming closure of its standalone Nurse Midwifery Birth Center in Springfield are not giving up.
The Oregon Clinic is now recognized by the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (PFF) as one of only sixty-eight medical centers nationwide designated with expertise in accurately diagnosing and treating people with pulmonary fibrosis.
When Washington returned from its winter holiday break in January, it seemed everyone was talking about lowering drug prices.
Health workers holding picket signs rallied in Vancouver, Washington, Tuesday evening as contract negotiations between nonprofit health care provider Kaiser Permanente and a coalition of unions remained stalled.
Lynne Terry, editor of The Lund Report, was recently on OPB’s Think Out Loud to discuss a big problem in Oregon that's been hidden—meth use.
Michael Barton died in the Oregon State Penitentiary last year after catching the flu.
When state analysts evaluated Moda’s bid to continue as the Medicaid manager for most of rural Eastern Oregon, they weren’t thrilled by what they saw.
The state of Oregon is finally recognizing that the factors that influence an individual’s health extend far beyond a doctor’s office or lab results. These social determinants of health include housing, adequate nutrition, education, and at the root of it all, financial health.
Premiums for health insurance will rise an average of 7.1 percent for small businesses and 1.5 percent for individuals next year in Oregon.
Powerful players in the Portland area’s health care marketplace are trying to slam the door on Missouri-based Centene Corp., days after the Oregon Health Authority put out the welcome mat.