PORTLAND, Ore. – The OHSU Knight Cardiovascular Institute and Edwards Lifesciences, the global leader in the science of heart valves and hemodynamic monitoring, today announced the launch of the Starr Educational Training Program, a technical training program that provides medical device engineer
Dr. Bruce Farmer, M.D., creator of the physical medicine Back in Action program designed to relieve back and spinal pain in patients seeking an alternative to surgery announces a signed partnership agreement with Oregon Health & Sciences University Department of Rehabilitation Services for a research study using Back in Action.
An audit conducted by the Office of Inspector General has found that Oregon Health & Science University did not fully comply with Medicare billing requirements from 2010 through 2012 which resulted in overpayments of $2.4 million.
As more people in Oregon gain access to health care services, the state is working to increase the number of qualified primary care providers in underserved communities.
OHSU's new data center — a geodesic-dome-shaped building on OHSU's West Campus — began operating in July. The data center will serve OHSU's advanced computing needs for decades to come and will allow OHSU scientists and clinicians to enter full force into a pioneering era of using "big data" to u
Oregon Health & Science University reported operating income of $69.8 million through March, which is $21 million over target and 11 percent above last year's revenues, according to chief financial officer Lawrence Furnstahl's report to the board of directors recently.