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Most Republicans trust President Trump to do what’s best on healthcare; Most Democrats and Independents lack trust in either the President or the federal government. A majority of Democrats, Independents and Republicans would support allowing people younger than 65 to buy into Medicare.
Kaiser Family Foundation
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Clackamas County’s Health, Housing & Human Services Department is looking for an experienced, highly skilled manager with excellent program and crisis management skills to lead the
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will have a wide range of negative impacts that have significant impacts on the ability of charitable nonprofits in Oregon to serve our communities.
Nonprofit Association of Oregon
The U.S. House Bill H.R. 1 passed yesterday afternoon, Nov. 16, 2017, with a 227-205 vote. Thirteen Republicans joined all Democrats in opposing the bill.
The state has tried to work proactively with counties to get them to stop warehousing people in the state mental hospital when they are too sick to stand trial. This population, which has doubled in the past five years, sits at 190 after peaking last winter at 243.
The number of people sent to the state hospital pending criminal trials has declined from its alarming peak in 2016, but this population is still too high.
We bring important issues to the forefront at our monthly breakfast forums.
Dr. Michael D. Rohwer
Earlier this week, I attend the Oregon Health Forum breakfast on Oregon’s Addiction Services System. Judge Eric Bloch moderated the discussion.
We can no longer afford to discard substance abuse programs from our health insurance benefits.
Dr. Samuel Metz
OPINION -- This was the first of many surprising conclusions discovered by our committee of citizens. We spent seven months attempting to understand Oregon’s addiction problem.
This tax measure, on the Jan. 23 ballot, could blow a hole in the state's budget and impact Medicaid services.
Oregon voters will decide on Jan. 23 whether to overturn $320 million in healthcare taxes intended to balance the state’s Medicaid budget.
Amid outcries over exorbitant drug prices, the latest MS drug has been priced at $65,000 -- shy of the average of $78,000, but still several times higher than the $10,000 average in 1996. Drug manufacturers have hiked prices for other existing drugs even as new options have come on the market.
Expensive, complex drugs to treat Multiple Sclerosis are just getting more expensive, even as more options come onto the market.
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