Reports of recovery from serious illness caused by the coronavirus have been trickling in from around the world.
Now is truly the time for Medicare for All.
A new state breakdown of confirmed Oregon COVID-19 cases indicates that Hispanic Oregonians are over-represented, while African Americans are not.
Federal health officials, citing a need to focus on the COVID-19 pandemic, have temporarily halted some efforts to recover hundreds of millions of dollars in overpayments made to Medicare Advantage health plans.
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The Oregon Health & Science University could lose up to $425 million over the next two years if it doesn’t take swift action, OHSU leaders told staff this week.
The coronavirus pandemic has affected family planning, forcing some people to delay fertility treatments. Fertility providers have laid off staff and cut back on non-urgent treatments to preserve personal protective equipment like masks and gloves. And travel restrictions have further crimped revenues by keeping international patients from flying to the United States for treatment.
While the focus of the COVID-19 pandemic has been on respiratory problems and securing enough ventilators, doctors on the front lines are grappling with a new medical mystery.