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After 2 years of Covid, telehealth is here to stay, Portland providers say

Portland Business Journal
Tuesday, March 29, 2022
At The Oregon Clinic, telehealth now accounts for 10% of all visits.
“Pre-pandemic, we were not doing any virtual visits,” said Tom Sanchez, the Oregon Clinic’s CEO. “We launched telehealth very quickly in March 2020, and in those early days, with so much uncertainty, probably 30% of visits were done virtually.”

Portland Business Journal subscribers can read the full story here

Dr. Andrea Matsumura shares sleep tips to help beat revenge bedtime procrastination

Shape Magazine
Friday, March 25, 2022

Many people engage in revenge bedtime procrastination as a way to deal with the stress of not having enough time during the day to do things they enjoy doing. The Oregon Clinic's Dr. Andrea Matsumura recently talked to Shape Magazine to share some tips for getting your sleep back on track if you've struggled with this potentially harmful habit. Read the full story on Shape's website

Dr. Andrea Matsumura explains health consequences of daylight saving time

Healthline, The Oregonian
Friday, March 18, 2022
Dr. Andrea Matsumura headshot

Still struggling to adjust to last weekend’s time change? You’re not alone. Sleep experts from around the country, including The Oregon Clinic's own Dr. Andrea Matsumura, are advocating for the end of daylight saving time to promote personal health and public safety. Read the full story from Healthline here.


Employee Lauren Scott shares her father's story for colon cancer screening awareness

Monday, March 14, 2022

March is colon cancer awareness month. After losing her father to colon cancer, The Oregon Clinic's own Lauren Scott of OBGYN East is using this time to share her father’s story, urging people 45 and older to not delay their colonoscopy screenings.

Thank you, Lauren, for helping The Oregon Clinic get this important message out to our community.

The Oregon Clinic partners with Save First to support employees in time of need

Catholic Sentinel
Thursday, March 10, 2022

The Oregon Clinic is proud to offer its employees a comprehensive benefits package, including support for financial wellness. Our employees have access to Save First, a financial wellness program that provides financial coaching, education, and resources, as well as a secure and anonymous way to seek financial support in times of crisis or significant financial need. The Catholic Sentinel recently shared a story about one Oregon Clinic employee who had a great experience with Save First and wants others to know about this valuable resource that is available to them.