Eric Dishman, general manager of Intel's Health Strategy & Solutions Group, told participants at OCHIN and Oregon Medical Association’s annual symposium his “personal health tragicomedy.” It began in 1989 when he was 19, training for a marathon and a student at the University of North Carolin
Minorities in the U.S.
The Cambia Health Foundation has renamed and revamped the purpose of its Sojourns Awards, now called the Sojourns Scholar Leadership Program to address the cultivation of doctors and nurses in palliative care, the practice of relieving sufferi
Health Share reported to its community advisory council in October about member complaints but with no comparable state or national data yet to benchmark against and little beyond the numbers, it’s hard to know where Oregon’s largest coordinated care organization stands.
Can childhood trauma be the central issue affecting health? Could chemical changes that started in the brain years earlier make people sick not just today but in the future?
Outpatient care is up, inpatient down, primary care is up, specialists are trending down. Here’s what three consultants had to say about trends at the State of Reform Conference Wednesday.
Taking questions mostly from representatives of pharmaceutical companies at the State of Reform conference, Dr.
The Task Force on the Future of Public Health approved its “Modernization of Public Health” proposal with minor grammatical changes and one last tweak to language on the social determinants of health.
Fee-for-service is part of the unsustainable escalation in healthcare spending and new payment models both public and private show promise.