PORTLAND, OR– LifeWise Health Plan of Oregon today announced its decision to exit the Oregon market. LifeWise Oregon will support existing customers through the duration of their current plan year, with most plans ending by December 31, 2016.
Salem - The Oregon Insurance Division will participate in a multistate investigation of LifeWise Health Plan of Oregon and its parent company Premera Blue Cross.
August 27, 2013 — Health insurance companies have poured more than $550,000 into state and local elections in Oregon since the start of 2011, with over 40 percent of that money spent by Regence BlueCross BlueShield, which invested $236,000 in its preferred candidates and causes.
August 27, 2013 -- Moda Health, which has purchased the naming rights for the Rose Garden basketball arena, appears to have adequate resources to afford the deal, according to insurance reports filed with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.
During 2012, it earned $5.3 million in net profits on top of its investments in the stock and bond market.
May 15, 2012 -- Across the nation, health insurers are expected to pay rebates amounting to about $1.3 billion to more than 15 million people, according to a recent study by the Kaiser Family Foundation. These rebates are a result of the Affordable
October 21, 2010 -- At the direction of the Oregon Insurance Division, LifeWise Health Plan of Oregon has temporarily suspended sales of new individual policies.
LifeWise will resume selling individual policies immediately upon receipt of the Insurance Division's approval of new rates and forms that include the provisions of the Affordable Care Act.