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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.
Oregon Health Forum is bringing together state policy leaders and legislators on Tuesday, January 30 to discuss the most pivotal questions facing our healthcare system:
Leslie Clement, the interim chief of the Oregon Health Authority’s health services division, is leaving the agency.She plans to retire on Dec. 29.
Oregon voters will decide on Jan. 23 whether to overturn $320 million in healthcare assessments intended to balance the state’s Medicaid budget.That vote takes place just two weeks prior to legislators convening in Salem again.