OPB | Oct. 20, 2017
The federal government has approved a key waiver that will allow Oregon to proceed with a program designed to blunt the cost of health insurance plans purchased on the individual market.
OPB/EarthFix | Oct. 19, 2017
Oregon is proposing new air pollution rules that would set limits on the total health risk a polluter can pose to its neighbors.
The president of Oregon Health & Science University, Joe Robertson, is retiring after nearly 40 years of service.
In January, Oregon voters will decide whether to overturn a new tax on hospitals and other health care providers. But what exactly are Oregonians voting on?
The top Republican and Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee have come together to introduce a bill that would publicize more information about private foster care providers.
A grand jury has indicted a Chinese national for allegedly distributing the powerful opioid fentanyl and contributing to four overdoses in Oregon, including one fatality.
A growing number of small farmers are making a mark on central Oregon’s local food scene — despite the region’s challenging agricultural conditions.
Randall Children’s Hospital has been verified as a Level 1 pediatric trauma center — the first children’s hospital in Oregon to attain the status.
It took the capping of a municipal dump and the building of a new athletics center, but Astoria now has its own new radiation center.
Oregon is joining California's lawsuit along with more than a dozen other states against President Donald Trump's halting of payments to insurers under the Obama-era health care law.
President Donald Trump’s executive order on health care is being called a “serious threat” to the stability of Oregon’s health insurance market.