An Oregon man is suing PeaceHealth over the cost of medical treatment from a car accident.
Life on the streets turned deadly again last year in the Portland area, with dozens of people dying far too young.
The boards overseeing medical and dental benefits for educators and public employees in Oregon now have a permanent director.
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The board of Delta Dental of California has ousted its president and chief executive but that's not expected to affect its $155 million deal with Moda Health.
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.
Just over a month after the collapse of Oregon Health & Science University's heart transplant team, the university's top cardiologist is shedding his leadership role.
Dr. Esther Choo came armed with data, which she flashed across the giant screen, study after study.
Providence’s leading heart failure specialist, Dr. Jacob Abraham, is a busy man.
He sees patients and conducts research, recently helped oversee a clinical trial of a device that repairs a heart valve, increasing the life and survival rates of patients with few options.