Educators and healthcare leaders come together to discuss how to bridge the gap between K-12 education dollars and Medicaid funding when Oregon Health Forum holds a breakfast f
The Lund Report has learned that yet another high-ranking official has left the Oregon Health Authority.
ZOOM+, which runs more than 20 neighborhood clinics in the Portland and Seattle metropolitan areas, lost two high-level executives in June.
Lauren Wallace who was hired by CEO Dave Sanders as general consul, stepped down following a 10-month stint. She was hired in August 2016.
In late October, Ed Blackburn will step down as executive director of Central City Concern, a positon he’s held for the past nine years.
If the American Health Care Act lands on President Trump’s desk what will that mean for mental health coverage? Right now health insurers are required to cover mental health and addiction services which are considered essential health benefits under Obamacare.
Even though the effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act still needs to make its way through the U.S. Senate, the final version could have a huge impact on mental health and addiction services which are considered essential benefits that health insurers must cover.