Barely four months ago Providence Health & Services and St. Joseph Health created a new not-for-profit health and social services system that became the parent organization for more than 100,000 caregivers across seven states known as Providence St, Joseph Health.
Voters in Corvallis and Albany can cast a vote next Tuesday about whether Oregon should move toward a universal healthcare system.
The outcome is only advisory and doesn’t have the force of law, yet supporters are enthusiastic about its potential impact.
Since our beginnings, in 2009, we’ve never wavered from our mission – to shed light on what’s going on inside the healthcare industry to help create a more transparent and accountable healthcare system for everyone.
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The operating margins at Oregon hospitals continued their upward spiral following an analysis of second quarter financial reports obtained by The Lund Report.
Two hospitals in Oregon owned by Catholic Health Initiatives are preparing for the advent of a merger with Dignity Health following an announcement last week that the two health systems signed a nonbinding agreement to explore aligning their organizations.
The early-bird discount for our upcoming breakfast forum on pharmaceutical costs is coming to an end, and the seats are filling up quickly.
Willamette Valley Community Health's Executive Director and CEO William Guest has given notice that he will step down from that role effective November 30, 2016. Mr. Guest has served as WVCH's CEO since his hiring in 2014, and WVCH is grateful for the role he has played in establishing WVCH's systems and operations
Very few media outlets keep you informed about what’s going on inside Oregon’s healthcare industry. That’s why more and more people turn to The Lund Report every week.
Oregon’s federal waiver to keep the Oregon Health Plan alive another five years remains on track, with continued discussions between the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, but the waiver won’t be approved by December, despite efforts by the Oregon Health Authority.