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Health insurance executives earned hefty paychecks in 2017, according to records obtained from the insurance divisions in Oregon, Washington and Utah by The Lund Report.
What’s being done to tackle how our social and emotional environment impact health outcomes?
Oregon’s healthcare costs, like those in other states, are the highest in the world. Oregon’s employers, like those in other states, struggle to keep their workforces healthy and their business costs down. No state has solved this challenge.
How do adverse childhood events, employment opportunities and the availability of low-income housing impact the quality of life and health outcomes?
It's no secret that Oregon faces a serious workforce shortage.In the next few years, 20 percent of physicians intend to retire, as do many other healthcare workers.
Former Governor John Kitzhaber made it quite clear when he called David Yaden, who’s heading the presidential search committee at Oregon Health & Science University.
Oregon Health Forum takes a serious look at the work force shortages facing the healthcare industry hosting a panel of legislators, hospital leaders and academicians on Thursday, March 22.