Oregon’s Medicaid insurers directed more of their spending towards primary care than high-earning commercial insurers, according to a report released by Oregon health and business officials Wednesday.
Health insurance complaints in Oregon were up last year.
Dental insurance giant Delta Dental of California is facing mounting criticism for paying its CEO exorbitantly, flying board members and their companions to Barbados for a meeting, and spending a small fraction of its revenue on charitable work — all while receiving significant state and federal
Oregon’s public employees typically pay less for health insurance than their peers in neighboring states, a new study finds.
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Gov. Kate Brown suggested Friday that she would consider rolling back a rule that prevents the state from double paying for state employees in the same family who are eligible for health coverage on their spouses’ plans.
Oregon joined California and 15 other states Thursday in an effort to protect the Affordable Care Act.
Sure, they’re less expensive for consumers, but short-term health policies have another side: They’re highly profitable for insurers and offer hefty sales commissions.
The preliminary figures for health insurance enrollment by individuals on the federal exchange show a 6 percent drop from last year.