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Oregon’s for-profit medical clinics have joined the long queue of businesses seeking help from the state and federal government to cope with the financial shock waves of the coronavirus pandemic.
State leaders are considering a proposal to give rural Oregon hospitals a $50 million line of credit to stay in business during the pandemic.
The increased isolation forced by the coronavirus epidemic can affect a person’s health. But there are ways to overcome loneliness and isolation.
Connor Weller got his start making and selling 3D-printed cookie cutters on his college campus.
Sunday was supposed to be a rare day off for Dr. Tomás Aragón after weeks of working around-the-clock.
Instead, the San Francisco public health officer was jolted awake by an urgent 7:39 a.m. text message from his boss.
Thousands of home health care workers in Oregon have struggled to protect themselves and their elderly, frail patients during the coronavirus pandemic.
A new home-based COVID-19 testing initiative is putting Oregon State University and the city of Corvallis at the national forefront of the coronavirus pandemic response.
Federal officials offering emergency funding to hospitals, clinics and doctors’ practices have included this stipulation: They cannot foist surprise medical bills on COVID-19 patients.
A medical-training company based in Hillsboro is hoping to use its extensive connections with Chinese manufacturers to boost Oregon’s supply of face masks and other personal protective equipment.