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Across the country, many doctors, nurses and other health care workers have remained silent about what is being called an epidemic of violence against them.

The violent outbursts come from patients and patients’ families. And for years, it has been considered part of the job.

May 20 2019

The Health Evidence Review Commission (HERC) today voted unanimously to update Oregon Health Plan (OHP) coverage for neck and back pain, by removing requirements for opioid tapering. The change will be effective October 1.

May 16 2019

Delivering remarks on surprise medical billing, which is a concern that has drawn bipartisan interest, President Donald Trump waded into another high-profile health issue: making

May 16 2019

The president and CEO of Adventist Medical Center in Southeast Portland is leaving.

A spokeswoman confirmed that David Russell is stepping down but gave no other details. Instead, she released a statement:

May 15 2019
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SALEM – A legislative session marked by partisan tension is entering its final weeks with plenty of unfinished business on the health care front.

May 15 2019
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Last week, The Lund Report published a story analyzing gender pay disparities at Oregon Health & Science University.

May 15 2019

The relatively small number of Oregonians who buy individual or small-group health insurance in the marketplace – as opposed to receiving it from employers or the government – will likely face overall moderate price hikes next year, although some insurance companies want to impose big increases w

May 14 2019

A majority of nurses at the Unity Center for Behavioral Health are moving to unionize.

May 14 2019

Hearst Health, a division of Hearst, and the Jefferson College of Population Health, part of Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University), today announced that the call for submissions is now open for the 2020 Hearst Health Prize.

May 14 2019
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Moda Health has launched a lobbying campaign to draw support from a wide array of health care providers in Lane County in its bid to wrest the county’s $500 million a year Medicaid contract away from Trillium Community Health Plan.

May 13 2019

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