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A negotiated bill that includes the potential of six months in jail is expected to have momentum in the Capitol
American Medical Response sent a letter warning of a potential emergency system collapse
Democrats and Republicans are seeing whether they can find compromise over what kinds of consequences drug users might face
The subject is expected to be a flash point in this year’s legislative session
Eastern Washington lawmakers hope to roll back parts of a 2021 bill that placed stricter training and credentialing requirements on death investigations
The research led by OHSU found that half of the treatment facilities surveyed nationally required an up-front payment averaging more than $28,000, and only a few facilities provide free service to people on Medicaid
Gov. Tina Kotek took Marshall off a task force considering higher beer and wine taxes because of a post her office called insensitive and inappropriate
RSV cases have remained flat, but Oregon is seeing spikes in influenza and COVID-19 positivity rates.
The doctors have filed authorization cards to vote on joining the Pacific Northwest Hospital Medicine Association
Dec 29, 2023
There have been 45 cases of Shigella reported in the Tri-County area, including Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas, in December so far.
Dec 29, 2023