Several changes in health insurance coverage could affect those who purchase their own policies and are not on Medicare.
Increased enrollment doesn't mean adequate coverage, and a survey found 43% of working-age adults were inadequately insured.
Health insurers are now posting their negotiated rates for medical services, but it could still be weeks before data firms put it into usable forms.
Oregon Division of Financial Regulation report finds violations of the state’s 2017 Reproductive Health Equity Act.
Despite a longstanding push to integrate care and better serve patients, the way many insurance plans cover mental health doesn’t necessarily support integrating it with physical care.
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Virtual hearings starting June 11 will gauge public sentiment on a public insurance system for all Oregonians that imposes new taxes but eliminates premiums, co-pays and other costs.
Health care sharing ministries are faith-based organizations whose members agree to share medical expenses, but they don’t necessarily cover members’ medical bills.