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Prison Medical Staff Indifference Causes Severe Bodily Damage, Lawsuit Says

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A wooden sign reading Deer Ridge Correctional Institution sits in front of a chainlink fence with barren hills in the background.

A former state prisoner is suing the Oregon Department of Corrections for permanent loss of function and pain stemming from inadequate treatment and forced movement, including work.

Bend’s Largest Hospital Sued For Misconduct

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UPDATED: Monday, July 21, 2021 at 2 p.m.

A $1 million lawsuit filed against Central Oregon’s largest hospital, St. Charles Medical Center in Bend, alleges that a patient was sexually abused by an oncologist.

Salem Reps File ‘Bad Actor Bill’ to Force End to Salem Health Lawsuit

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HB 3309 would allow the Oregon Health Authority director to kick off a CCO member and lower its compensation. Rep. Brian Clem said he filed the bill to end a court battle in his district that threatens the entire CCO model.

May 3, 2013 — The Legislature could soon be wading into the ugly dispute between Salem Health and its coordinated care organization, Williamette Valley Community Health.

Vancouver Medicaid Provider CUP to File Lawsuit Against State

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Republished courtesy of the Vancouver Columbian

March 2, 2012--Columbia United Providers will file a lawsuit against the state Health Care Authority in federal court Monday afternoon.

CUP will also request a temporary restraining order to prevent the Health Care Authority from issuing contracts to the organizations selected to provide Medicaid services to Washington residents, said Dr. Lisa Morrison, CUP’s medical director.

The hearing was initially scheduled for Thursday afternoon in U.S. District Court in Tacoma but was delayed until 2:30 p.m. Monday.

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