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Moda Will Take Its Case To U.S. Supreme Court

A federal appeals court rejected Moda's request on Tuesday to rehear its petition for millions in payments from the federal government over losses under the Affordable Care Act, but the case is not closed.

A federal court has rejected a request from Moda Health to consider its appeal in a case involving millions in federal funds that’s been bouncing around the courts for two years.

Oregon Supports Abortion Rights While Other States Endorse Restrictions

Oregon voters trounced an anti-abortion measure, unlike voters in Alabama and West Virginia or in Indiana, North Dakota and Missouri where anti-abortion Republican senators won seats held by Democrats.

Oregonians trounced a ballot measure that would have banned public funding of abortions, marking the fourth time that the state has endorsed abortion rights at the polls.

Briefly: OHSU Students Hold Free One-Day Clinic

The event will take place at Pioneer Courthouse Square between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday.

Oregon Health & Science University students are holding a one-day free clinic for local residents who need basic medical, dental or vision exams.

Dozens Die On Streets In Portland Area

Multnomah County's latest count of homeless deaths shows that 79 people died in 2017, one fewer than the year before.

Life on the streets turned deadly again last year in the Portland area, with dozens of people dying far too young.

The Lund Report Launches Challenge Grant

Generous donors have contributed $40,000 toward a challenge grant. Please help us match that.

The Lund Report has big plans for hard-driving, in-depth reporting on the health-care industry and its major players -- from hospitals and insurance companies to the Oregon Health Authority, Legislature and pharmaceutical industry.

Briefly: OHSU Appoints Senior VP, COO of OHSU Healthcare

Joe Ness, who's worked at Oregon Health & Science University since 2013, has been the interim chief since last November.

After a nationwide search, Oregon Health & Science University officials decided to go with their man already in the job.

Joe Ness, who's served nearly a year as the interim senior vice president and chief operating officer of OHSU Healthcare, now has the job permanently. 

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