Colin Ellis

Experts Support Single-Payer Health Care But Would It Work?

Experts at an Oregon Health Forum event said a single-payer system would improve access to care, lower costs and ease enrollment, but would not be easy to implement.

The need for the U.S. to fix its broken health system by providing universal care is a topic that has come up again this election cycle, with many politicians and constituents calling for health care reform.

First-time Mother Sues Providence For $42 Million Over Newborn's Condition

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Brittany Beltran gave birth to a child with cerebral palsy, the suit says, after being suffocated in the womb during a prolonged and difficult delivery.

A first-time mother who gave birth to a child with cerebral palsy after a difficult delivery has filed suit against Providence Health & Services, accusing the medical group of negligence.

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