OHA releases report adding to data on racial disparities in COVID-19 testing and treatment
Patrick Jones | Feb 24, 2021 | Oregon
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Oregon officials at the state and county levels are bracing for chaos in the vaccination rollout as seniors who are living independently are now eligible for the vaccine, beginning with those who are 80 years and older. Meanwhile Gov. Kate Brown continues to receive criticism from the House and Senate
Representative Raquel Moore-Green says she is focused on setting the foundation for assessing Oregon’s resources to address mental health issues in her role as the Vice-Chair of the House Committee on Behavioral Health and as a member of the House Health Committee this session. She says that her
The 2021 Oregon Health Care Workforce Needs Assessment report finds the state’s health care workforce needs increased diversity and better geographic distribution. The Oregon Health Authority released the biennial report, which focuses on evaluating diversity in the work force and specific needs in underserved parts of the state, on Wednesday.
The Oregon House Committee on Health Care heard public testimony on a bill that would remove the requirement for physician assistants to practice under physicians. Currently, a supervising physician may use the services of a Physician Assistant (PA) in accordance with a practice agreement, which is a written agreement between
Oregon Health Authority announced the first minimum spending floor for hospital community benefit on Feb. 1, as envisioned by HB 3076 (2019). Each tax-exempt hospital or hospital system in the state will receive a floor for community benefit spending based on their revenues, prior expenditures, financial health, and the needs