BEND, OR – For the fourth time in four years, Vantage Clinical Solutions founder and C.E.O., Tannus Quatre, PT, will join more than 250 other physical therapists from across the country in an effort to advocate to members of the U.S.
State finds levels of the metal were significantly above federal standards, prompting building owner to voluntarily close for air sampling, clean-up
PORTLAND, Ore.—A multi-use commercial building in Salem that once stored and finished batteries has closed for testing, inspection and clean-up after state regulators confirmed that lead dust levels on several interior surfaces were significantly above national health protection standards.
CORVALLIS, Ore. – A survey of Oregon high school athletic directors on their school’s preparedness for a catastrophic injury or health event found that only 11 percent of those responding had implemented three primary “best-practice” recommendations for treating their student-athletes.
New Data from CMS Actuary Shows $8.7 Billion in Higher Medicare Premiums for Seniors, Individuals with Disabilities Due to Tax Break for Pharmaceutical Drug Companies
Revelation of Higher Premiums Come After News That Payroll Tax Cut for Wealthy Would Force Medicare Part A Trust Fund Into Crisis Three Years Earlier than Expected
WASHINGTON – Senate Finance Committee Ranking Member Ron Wyden, D-Ore., and House Energy and Commerce Committee Ranking Member Frank Pallone, Jr., D-N.J., today released new information about the impact of the Republican health care legislation, known as TrumpCare, on Medicare Part B premiums.
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Pacific Pathology Associates is a private practice group of 8 Pathologists and 2 Pathologists' Assistants in Salem.
Despite a lengthy work group process and the support of Providence Health & Services, two major hospital systems are trying to stop ambulatory surgery centers from offering expanded hours and instead are trying to belabor the issue with yet another work group.
Salem Health and Asante Health System have made a last-ditch appeal to kill a bill to expand services at ambulatory care centers, in an apparent attempt to prevent competition.
Rural Oregon would suffer the most harm
A Republican proposal to cut Medicaid recently unveiled in a congressional committee led by U.S. Rep. Greg Walden (OR) would likely cause hundreds of thousands of Oregonians to lose health insurance, undermine coverage for many more, and harm the state’s economy.
It is easy to liken the evolution of priorities in healthcare to an ocean tide where each wave brings new regulations and guidelines that hospitals must scramble to meet.
A new analysis from the Kaiser Family Foundation finds that the majority of states would have gotten less in federal Medicaid funding from 2001 to 2011 if Medicaid financing had been based on a per capita cap.
This letter was sent to President Trump on March 13, 2017.
Health Lawyers for Responsible Reform
OPINIION -- The undersigned are former Chairs of the American Bar Association Health Law Section, an organization whose membership includes approximately 10,000 lawyers, associate members and law students.