Moda Health on Monday asked federal courts to give it another chance at the $214 million payment it was denied last month.
Health insurance costs will go up next year for most Oregonians who buy their own coverage, according to rate decisions announced Friday.
OHSU’s board voted unanimously to approve a $3 billion spending plan for the fiscal year that starts July 1, a 6 percent increase from 2018.
Insurance companies, investors and middlemen are making billions of dollars off prescription drugs – even when they don’t research, develop or make the pills themselves, according to a report out Tuesday from Democrats on the U.S.
Oregon needs to break down the silos that keep doctors, dentists, therapists and other providers from working together, for the state to succeed in reinventing the co