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McMinnville Nurses Push To Unionize

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Nurses at McMinnville’s Willamette Valley Medical Center have filed a petition to unionize, citing worries about patient safety and complaints about benefits.

New Lawsuit Filed Against Unity Center Amid Safety Complaints

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A longtime mental health therapist for Legacy Health has filed a lawsuit against his employer, accusing managers of retaliating against him for repeatedly complaining about patient and staff safety at the Unity Center for Behavioral Health in Portland.

Audit Blasts Multnomah County’s Handling Of Millions Of Taxpayer Dollars For Mentally Ill

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Multnomah County has failed hundreds of patients who suffer from severe mental illness like schizophrenia or bipolar disorder by not providing them with taxpayer-funded services, a county audit said Wednesday.

Is Oregon Ready For Universal Care? Maybe. But Does It Have The Will For Radical Change?

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Oregonians might be ripe for statewide tax-funded universal health care, but it’s going to take political creativity and backbone for change to occur.

That was the message Tuesday from an Oregon Health Forum panel at Multnomah Athletic Club in Southwest Portland.  

Trillium Retreats From Aggressive Legal Push Into Portland-Area Market

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Trillium Community Health Plan has stepped back from its push for an injunction against three Portland-area hospital systems.

Profits At Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Up While Other Insurers Sputter

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Profits have slowed considerably at many of Oregon’s largest commercial health insurers after a strong start to 2019.

Former Gov. John Kitzhaber Calls On The State To Hit The Pause Button

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Former Gov. John Kitzhaber is not giving up.

Trillium Gets Hammered In Lane County - As Well As In Portland Area

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Trillium Community Health Plan is being hammered not only in the Portland-area market, where it’s been spurned by large provider groups. It is also being squeezed on its own turf in Lane County, where it has enjoyed a monopoly in the Medicaid market.

Oregon Will Tackle Health Care Costs Amid Grim Reality

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A daylong conference devoted to health care policy, coverage and care in Oregon this week ended with a discussion of the elephant in the room: the price of care.

The United States spends too much on health care, gets too little and throws billions away.

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