The Lund Report
The Lund Report is a nonprofit, nonpartisan news site that delivers exclusive and in-depth coverage of health care and the health care industry. We aim to hold the industry and government responsible and make health care better for all.
Bottom Line for Portland
At a time when health care news is crucial, The Lund Report delivers the facts, analysis and context necessary to understand what’s really happening inside the industry. Since The Lund Report launched in 2009, our reporters have closely tracked the Oregon Health Plan, Oregon's multibillion-dollar taxpayer-funded Medicaid program that covers 1.3 million people statewide, including 400,000 in the Portland area. Our health care coverage follows the money, covers the players, and holds companies and government accountable.
“The Lund Report is the place to go for health care news in the area. It provides complete, salient and in-depth coverage of the vital — and often complex — health care issues that impact the daily lives of Oregonians, something that is especially needed in these COVID-19 times.” — Buddy Ullman, retired professor from Oregon Health & Science University
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The Lund Report and its sister organization, Oregon Health Forum, are committed to continually bringing to light the disparities and inequities prevalent in the health care system. Through reporting that highlights racism and discrimination in medicine and industry-focused health forums that facilitate important discussions around addressing these issues at their roots, we are working to make health care more equitable for all Oregonians.
Double your impact! The first $15,000 in donations will be matched by the Heatherington Foundation for Innovation and Education in Health Care.
The Lund Report is grateful to our Give!Guide partners. The Heatherington Foundation for Innovation and Education in Health Care has generously agreed to match our first $15,000 in donations and is a proud supporter of our small newsroom and our mission.
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