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Rep. Kurt Schrader is wrong to take credit for Medicare drug price reforms, say Oregon practitioners.

May 12 2022

Many public health and addiction experts promote the rapid testing devices as a “harm reduction” tactic to help prevent overdose deaths.

May 10 2022

Both states are known for liberal legal frameworks protecting the right to abortion, but advocates on both sides point out that laws can change.

May 10 2022

The challenge to the overturned federal mask mandate for public transportation could determine the limits of federal health officials’ power.

May 10 2022
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As COVID hospitalization rates stabilize and relief funding dries up, travel nurse contracts that were plentiful and lucrative are vanishing.

May 10 2022
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The suit is part of a nationwide litigation wave claiming cow’s milk-based formula caused intestinal damage to premature, underweight babies.

May 10 2022
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The state-run mental hospital must improve patient safety at its satellite campus or it will lose eligibility for Medicare funding, inspectors warn.

May 9 2022
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The potential walkout at the Portland hospital would be the first nurses’ strike for Providence Health & Services, the largest provider in Oregon.

May 5 2022
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The hospital system says it’s too difficult and costly to provide meal breaks on the schedule required by state rules.

May 5 2022
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In separate lawsuits, two employees allege the psychiatric hospital in Portland was a hostile work environment for gay people.

May 5 2022

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