The Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals Boards of Directors have named Gregory A. Adams as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the organization, one of America’s leading integrated health care providers and nonprofit health plans.
No clear split between conservative and liberal Supreme Court justices emerged Tuesday as justices heard arguments over whether the federal government could renege on Congress’ promise to p
The drug company trade group PhRMA has filed a legal challenge to a pair of Oregon laws designed to curb prescription prices.
The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America filed suit in Eugene against two bills that passed the Oregon Legislature with bipartisan support.
A Pennsylvania-based Fortune 500 health care company is having a tough time elbowing its way into the Oregon market, judging by a lawsuit the company filed against five Oregon Medicaid insurers and its stymied attempt so far to build a psychiatric hospital in Wilsonville.
Science has proved, no kidding around: Picking health insurance is extremely hard.
Tens of thousands of Oregonians have less than a week to enroll in health insurance for next year.
After three years of legal victories, setbacks and appeals, Moda Health and other insurers are finally facing off with the federal government at the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Oregon Health Authority is announcing that three CCOs which had received one-year contracts have met the necessary requirements to earn full five-year contracts to serve Oregon Health Plan members for 2020-2024: AllCare CCO, Cascade Health Alliance, and Umpqua Health Alliance.
In this highly partisan political moment, there’s one issue that nearly every American can agree on: Our health care system is a mess and in need of a dramatic overhaul.
Saturday is the deadline for most people with Medicare coverage to sign up for private drug and medical plans for next year.