A proposed change to the law allowing youth athletes to be returned to play after a concussion passed the House Health Committee on Friday after a heated debate in the committee on Wednesday that delayed the vote.
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Portland—January 13, 2016—The Oregon Medical Association (OMA) named Bryan Boehringer the new Chief Executive Officer of the organization.
The number of employed physicians in Oregon is creeping up. A survey conducted by the Oregon Health Authority, in cooperation with the Oregon Medical Association, found that 51 percent of physician worked for a hospital, health insurer or health system in 2014.
Dr. Nancy Hutnak, an emergency room physician in Baker City, became president of the Oregon Medical Association last Saturday, succeeding Dr. Sylvia Emory of Eugene.
PORTLAND, OR -- The Oregon Medical Association (OMA) has officially partnered with the Oregon Rx Card to provide a FREE prescription assistance program for members, their patients, employees and others.
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Oregon’s leading healthcare organizations spent liberally during the election season and its aftermath, with just 12 groups topping $1.6 million in spending since Sept. 1.
With the heightened interest in healthcare reform, the need to empower physicians and other healthcare providers is more important than ever before.
The coming elections and legislative session are important to every physician and physician assistant in Oregon, no matter where or how they practice.
Gwen Dayton is stepping into the role held by Bruce Bishop, senior legal counsel for Northwest Permanente Medical Group, the physician arm for Kaiser Permanente, who’s resigning later this month.