House bill 2591 carried by Senator Sara Gelser passed unanimously the Oregon Senate on May 25th, 2017.
Washington, D.C. — According to a new report released by the Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, ObamaCare has resulted in an average premium in
OHSU investigators will focus on improving therapeutic strategies for treatment-resistant triple negative breast cancer
The National Cancer Institute has awarded a research team at the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute $9.2 million over five years to serve as a Research Center in the NCI's Cancer Systems Biology Consortium, or CSBC.
The two bills require funding for a behavioral health assessment and direct hospital emergency rooms to give behavioral health patients and their supporters instructions on how to treat their condition and follow-up with outpatient treatment upon discharge.
The Senate gave its unanimous seal of approval to two measures on Thursday that will create new patient protections for people in a mental health crisis.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how mental health and addiction funding could be impacted if the Affordable Care Act is repealed when Congressman Blumaneur appears at our May 31 breakfast forum.
If the American Health Care Act lands on President Trump’s desk what will that mean for mental health coverage? Right now health insurers are required to cover mental health and addiction services which are considered essential health benefits under Obamacare.
VANCOUVER, Wash., May 23, 2017 -Â Gary Grimley, RPh and Ann Wheelock, CPA have joined the board of directors of the Free Clinic of Southwest Washington.
Healthcare providers partner with HealthFirst Financial to help patients manage medical expenses and achieve better health
SPRINGFIELD, OR – May 23, 2017 – HealthFirst Financial, a national patient financing leader, announced today it has secured a $70 million line of credit from a lending syndicate that includes Umpqua Bank, Columbia Bank, Opus Bank, and Pacific Continental Bank.
Last week, an Audit Alert was released from the Secretary of State’s office shedding light on some 115,000 Medicaid recipients who may not have been eligible for the benefits they received due to a pause in redetermination checks.
“A budget is a reflection of values and I am proud of the budget Multnomah County adopted today. Our budget was shaped by the public’s input, ideas, and priorities.
Blind vendors and workers will get first priority for any food contracts on state and local government properties, hoping to boost employment for blind people, most of whom are left out of the workforce.
The House unanimously cleared a bill from Rep. Alissa Keny-Guyer, D-Portland, on Wednesday that will revamp the state’s vending machine program to increase jobs and business opportunities for blind people and encourage healthier snacks.