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OHA Blasted for Poor Vetting of Job Applicants

The Oregon Health Authority never conducted a basic internet search of candidates' backgrounds for a top state benefits administrator job last year, instead hiring James Raussen, who'd been caught in an ethics violation while an Ohio lawmaker and who subsequently quit his Chicago city job after a

OHSU faulted for not helping graduate become doctor

The woman went into the restroom of Legacy Emanuel Medical Center a few weeks ago and cried.

She was due back at her $11-per-hour job as a medical scribe, a note-taking shadow of the doctor that she could have been. But she  needed a few minutes to compose herself after an outright rejection from  the director of internal medicine for a chance to apply for his residency  program.

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