Big Board

Content Ideas
Result Content Idea Research
Result Content Idea Research
1 Gov. Brown's Medicaid Budget Would Crimp Hospitals, Insurers
2 Oregon Has Small Black Population But Share Of Black Providers Is Smaller
3 Election Likely To Hand Budget Writers $330 Million, Mostly For Medicaid
4 Hospitalizations Tied to Drug Use On the Rise, Study Finds
5 Oregon Health Authority Makes Change After Ridicule Over COVID-19 Clown Video
6 Rural Oregon Counties Hit Hardest By COVID-19
7 Coordinated Care Organizations Step Up Social Services During Pandemic, Wildfires
8 Health Authority Seeks To Regulate Health Care Industry Mergers
9 As Cases Rise, Counties Dial Back On Contact Tracing
10 Oregon Hospitals Brace For Surging COVID-19 Caseloads
11 Oregon Faces A Moment Of Reckoning With COVID-19
12 Photos: Stores open early with smaller Black Friday crowds across the St. Louis area
13 Oregon Health Authority Hires New Public Health Director
14 Governor's High-Level Behavioral Health Group Ends With Disappointment
15 Special Session Starts With Budget Shortfall Taking A Backseat
16 Oregon Health Authority Prepares For Potential 20% Budget Cut
17 Lawmakers Revise Budget But Cuts Not As Deep As Feared
18 Lawmakers Hope To Protect OHSU, State Hospital, Medicaid In Budget Cuts
19 Lawmakers Will Consider Adding A Public Option To Expand Health Insurance Coverage
20 Lawmaker Accuses Oregon Health Authority Of Ignoring People With Disabilities
21 Brown's Behavioral Health Strategy Mired In Chaos, 'Profound Disappointment'
22 Rural Lawmakers Urge Governor To Fund Struggling Hospitals
23 Special Session Finishes As Budget Showdown Looms
24 State Insurance Regulators Extend Parity For Telehealth But Critics Say That's Not Enough
25 After Rising Discrimination, Lawmakers Tackle Bill To Protect The Medical Rights Of People With Disabilities
26 Cyberattack Hits Owner of Cedar Hills Psychiatric Hospital
27 Hospitals Contribute Heavily to Measure 108
28 Health Care Systems Should Allow More Diversity At The Top, Panelists Say
29 Republicans Reap Top Dollars from PhRMA But Industry Donates To Democrats, Too
30 Complaints Prompt Wyden To Seek A Federal Investigation Of Mental Health Care
31 Gov. Brown: COVID-19 Cases Have To Drop For Classes To Reopen
32 A Viable Vaccine Against COVID-19 Is Likely But Many Questions Remain
33 Pandemic Exacerbates Oregon's Addiction Crisis: Overdose Deaths Rise 70%
34 House Passes Bill To Protect Immigrants Seeking Health Care
35 Multnomah County's New Public Health Director Is No Stranger To Pandemics
36 State Fines Legacy Nearly $26000 For Environmental Violation
37 Oregon Health Authority proposes ambitious budget
38 Oregon Scraps Crisis Care Guidelines for Health Care Providers
39 Proposed Oregon Health Authority Cuts Run Wide And Deep
40 Oregonians Will Vote On 3 Health Care Measures This Election
41 Gov. Brown Appoints New Health Policy Advisor
42 Oregon Health Authority Could Face Deep Cuts To Behavioral Health, Medicaid
43 Governor's Group Recommends Ban On Vaping Products, Flavored E-Cigarettes
44 Governor's Senior Health Policy Advisor Is Retiring
45 Gov. Kate Brown Relaxes Ban On Elective Surgeries
46 Governor Orders One-Week Pause In Advancing Reopening Plans
47 Exclusive: Health Authority Staff Angry Over Plans To Scrap On-Site Inspections At Behavioral Health Facilities
48 Ballot Measure Stresses Treatment, Not Jail Time For Drug Possession
49 Most Oregon Counties Could Enter Next Reopening Phase By Friday
50 Audit Finds Oregon's Mental Health System in Disarray, Lacks Leadership
51 Influential Foster Youth Forum Calls For Sweeping Changes To Address Racism, Mental Health Issues
52 On Budget Crisis: Now Is The Moment To 'Push The Envelope'
53 Coronavirus Fallout Affects Family Planning
54 GOBHI Slashes Workforce, Shrinks Services
55 State Will Allow 31 Counties To Partially Reopen
56 Hospital Systems Support Tobacco Tax Measure
57 Despite Budget Crunch, Oregon Health Authority Plans 3 New High-Level Behavioral Health Positions
58 OHSU Gets $2.3 Million Grant To Expand Addiction Fellowship Program
59 Canadian Drug Import Bill Fails To Gain Traction In Salem
60 Recovery From COVID-19 Could Last A Decade
61 Chief Medical Officers Praise 'Fearlessness,' Preparation During Pandemic
62 Oregon's Dental Access Lags As Advocates Seek Solutions
63 Oregon Health Authority 'Made An Error' In Reopening Data
64 Children's Mental Health Program Swept Up In Looming Budget Cuts
65 Experts Differ On How To Fix Mental Health Care In Oregon
66 Oregon's Behavioral Health System Faces Deep Challenges After Pandemic
67 Hospitals Not 'Out Of The Woods,” Supplies Of Protective Gear Down
68 Outlook For Medicaid, State Hospital Uncertain Amid $10.5 Billion Budget Shortfall
69 Brown's Office Drafts Reopening Guidelines
70 Providers Want Children To Get Caught Up On Vaccines
71 Governor Declares 'Abnormal Disruption' To Fight Price Gouging
72 Panel Backs Tax Proposal For Homeless In Portland Area
73 Oregon Reopening Plan Involves Testing 100000 People, Opening Rural Areas First
74 FEMA Contract Sending Mask-Disinfecting System To Oregon
75 Pediatric Clinics Hard Hit By COVID-19 As Patients Stay Home
76 Don't Succumb To Social Isolation: Reach Out, Panelists Say
77 Oregon Officials Devise Coronavirus Plan, Hoping To Avoid Fate Of Washington State
78 Oregon Struggles Amid Drug And Alcohol Addiction Crisis, Experts Say
79 $50 Million Proposal For Hospitals Falls Short of Industry Wishes
80 Petition Seeks Treatment
81 Should Universal Health Care Be A Right? Oregonians May Have Their Say
82 Lawmakers Tackle A Rising Slice Of Health Care Costs
83 Washington State Prepares For COVID-19 Surge
84 Youth Share Ideas To Tackle Mental Health Issues Amid Fears of Medicaid Funding Cuts
85 Oregon Dentists Urged To Limit Care To Halt Spread of Coronavirus
86 Lawmakers Lobby Behind Scenes To Push Universal Health Care Through Senate
87 Public Health Officials Brace For More COVID-19 Cases In Oregon
88 Oregon Health Authority Approves Trillium's Portland-Area Medicaid Application With Caveats
89 Oregon House Moves to Ban Underage Sales Of Kratom, A Botanical Used For Pain Or Fun
90 Pharmaceutical Company Donates Experimental COVID-19 Drug To Oregon
91 Critics Accuse Trillium Of 'Bait And Switch' Approach In Medicaid Negotiations
92 Feds, State Fault Unity Center -- Again -- Following Complaints, Failure To Protect Patients
93 Oregon Lawmakers Looking For Answers To Mental Health Crisis
94 Vaping Lobby, Public Health Officials Clash Over Flavor Ban
95 Oregon Health Authority Puts Trillium On 30-Day Notice
96 Oregon's Largest Medicaid Organization Hires New CEO
97 Dialysis Bill Dies, But Lawmakers Won't Give Up
98 Exclusive: DHS Got $30 Million For Developmentally Disabled Program; Now It Needs $12 Million To Fix Errors
99 House Passes Online Ban Of Vaping Product Sales
100 Panel Weighs Vaccine Outlook