Salem – The Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS) has issued proposed enforcement orders to four health insurance companies for violating laws related to coverage of mental health treatments.
(Salem) – Members of Oregon’s Health CO-OP have only a few days left to enroll in a new insurance plan.
The special enrollment period for members of the now-closed insurance carrier ends on Thursday, Sept. 29.
Several health insurance companies have agreed to continue to offer statewide individual coverage – and in one case, expand coverage – in 2017, the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS) announced today.
Salem – Today, the state announced its final decisions for 2017 individual and small employer health insurance rates. The proposed rates are for plans that comply with the Affordable Care Act for small businesses and individuals who buy their own coverage rather than getting it through an employer. The Department of Consumer and Business Services must approve any rates before they can be charged to policyholders.
(Salem) – The Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services issued a consent order today that outlines a plan for Moda Health Plan, Inc. (MHP) to stabilize its financial position and continue to serve its customers. As a result, the department has lifted the Jan.
(Salem) -- The month of January is the last opportunity for Oregonians to enroll in health insurance plans for 2016.
(Salem) -- Oregonians have a week left to make sure they have health insurance coverage on New Year's Day.
(Salem) - Starting Nov. 1, Oregonians can sign up, renew, or change their health insurance plans at HealthCare.gov.
This morning, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its opinion in King v. Burwell, upholding tax credits for customers buying health insurance through both state and federal marketplaces.
(Salem) - Berri Leslie will be administrator of Oregon's health insurance marketplace, Department of Consumer and Business Services Director Patrick Allen announced today.