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Oregon Monitors Potential Cases Of Coronavirus But Declines To Release Numbers

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Oregon health officials say they are monitoring people who recently returned to the state from China for coronavirus in hopes of preventing an outbreak but they’ve declined to release details. 

They say that the public is safe -- so far.

High-Powered Committee Sets 3.4% Cost Growth Cap For Health Care Spending In Oregon

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An Oregon committee assigned to setting a statewide cap on the rise in health care spending has agreed to a number: 3.4%.

Medicaid Insurer Offers Opioid Addiction Treatment On Oregon Coast

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A first-of-its-kind clinic just opened on the north Oregon Coast to provide opioid addiction treatment in an area that’s been hard hit by opioid-related deaths.

Unity Center Delays Reporting Abuse, Stirs Concern About Patient Treatment, Documents Show

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UPDATED: Monday, Jan. 23 at 6:40 p.m.

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