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Last Chance to Buy Breakfast Forum Tickets

Given the current political climate in Washington, D.C., and Salem, this is a breakfast forum you won’t want to miss.

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:

Top Official Leaves Oregon Health Authority

The news comes amidst the audit by the Secretary of State’s office showing $88 million in avoidable expenses

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.

Debate Set for Ballot Measure on Healthcare Assessment

Oregon Health Forum holds a debate on Ballot Measure 101 on Dec. 13, bringing together the proponents and opponents.

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.

OHSU Employees, Students Prompt Efforts to Address Racism

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Dr. Brian Gibbs, the director of its Center for Diversity and Inclusion, says “unconscious bias” lies at the root of the problem.

Reports of systemic racism have prompted action and recent headlines out of Multnomah County, but at Oregon Health & Science University a similar set of concerns has drawn less public attention.

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