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Learn about the latest findings and treatments for post-COVID syndrome from Providence.
It’s National Handwashing Awareness Week and National Influenza Vaccination Week. Learn how you can keep yourself healthy this winter.
A new study examined patient experiences with long-COVID and identified four distinct groupings encompassing the wide-ranging experiences of long COVID patients.
Providence study seeks to help practitioners better identify and care for patients by providing a more comprehensive understanding of how long COVID presents and the patient experience of this disease
Think you know all there is to know about the flu? Hear from a doctor about common myths and why you should get a flu vaccine.
Recently, COVID tests jumped to 11% positive in Oregon, up from 4% in July. If you get sick, stay home from work and contact caregiver health. Also call caregiver health if you’re exposed to COVID.
During National Nurses Week, Providence celebrates our many nurses, who have realized they can face anything after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Providence is putting a spotlight on some ways to increase health literacy for people of all races and ethnicities this National Minority Health Month.
Our communications director had to navigate dual roles when a shooter was reported at her children’s school. Learn how COVID-19 helped prepare her.
Vaccines have helped us nearly eliminate so many diseases over the past 100 years. Talk to your doctor about whether you are up to date
On Tuesday, Jan. 31, Providence Oregon will stop requiring pre-admission COVID testing of most asymptomatic hospital patients. See the details and a review of recent studies supporting the change.
Evidence outlined in a new research publication co-authored by Dr. Jason Goldman of Providence Swedish could help respond to the shortage of donated organs during COVID-19.
As fall and winter move in, your children may be exposed to the triple threat of RSV, the flu and COVID-19. Here’s how to tell the difference.
Initial results, safety data from clinical trial shared during international medical conference
A recent Hear Me Now podcast examines research about long COVID and what the evidence shows.
Providence was recognized by Rep. Cathy McMorris Rogers (R-WA) for our commitment to scaling telehealth services throughout the pandemic and providing services to millions of patients.
Sherene Schlegel, Executive Director of Telehealth Clinical Operations spoke at a mHealth Intelligence panel on digital health literacy, in particular, among underserved populations.
Todd Czartoski, MD joined the Becker's "Digital Health + Health IT" podcast to talk about where the health system's virtual care program is headed.
Providence expanded its telehospitalist program to include cross-cover capabilities and daytime coverage at smaller facilities, helping them manage COVID-19-related volume surges during the pandemic.
New research reveals how starting small can improve cardiovascular wellbeing. A Providence cardiologist weighs in on the findings.