Get Ready for A New Look at The Lund Report

The designation of certain stories as premium content – along with a job board and events calendar in the coming months, are aimed at making The Lund Report a self-sustaining publication.

After a successful five-year run, The Lund Report is changing its appearance and introducing several new features to make your reading experience more valuable.

Take a look at our site and you’ll readily notice the difference. We have designed our new appearance with you – our readers – in mind, making it easier to locate stories and share your opinions about our current articles and submit your own op-ed pieces. We think readers will find the new site to be as informative and provocative as it was before, but in a more user friendly package.

While we will still rely on and welcome reader donations, to become more financially sustainable, we’re bringing on premium subscriptions, through which you’ll find the most in-depth and comprehensive stories about health policy issues affecting the healthcare industry and our state’s policymakers.

To receive access to these stories, we’re asking our readers to pay a low fee of $15 a month or a discounted annual rate of $150. And, if you decide to make a tax-deductible donation of $250 or more, you’ll automatically have access to our premium content.

Later this year we also intend to introduce our job board, Health Hires and our calendar -- Health Happenings, where we’ll offer a curated selection of the region’s health policy events.

Since our inception in April 2009, we now reach more than 35,000 readers who are passionate and engaged in health policy issues. We’ve also built a team of professional and award-winning reporters who are committed to offering you the most engaging and provocative health policy news in Oregon.

Adding tiered subscription levels and these other new features in the coming months will put us on a more solid foundation financially so that we can continue our mission – to help create a more accountable and transparent healthcare system.

And, perhaps, best of all – you’ll never have to wade through any pop up advertisements to read our news stories because we’re determined to do our best in telling the truth about our troubled healthcare industry and refuse to accept their advertisements.

Thanks for believing in what we do!

Diane can be reached at [email protected].

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