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Oregon Running Low On Coronavirus Tests

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The Oregon Health Authority has run low on coronavirus tests.

OHSU, AFSCME Settle Union Complaints Over Social MediaTrolling

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Oregon Health & Science University has signed an agreement with the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees union over its complaints that OHSU employees trolled Twitter in an effort to stymie union activity during contract negotiations. 

Feds Slash Quality Improvement Funding For Nursing Homes

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Federal authorities have drastically cut contracts for quality improvement work for nursing homes and other facilities that cater to an older, vulnerable Medicare population, forcing layoffs in Oregon and nearby states and a scaling back of hands-on assistance.

Samaritan's New Hospital On Coast Sets New Bar For Earthquake Readiness

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In 2018, Oregon earthquake specialists held a preparedness workshop in Newport for the state’s 11 coastal hospitals.

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.

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