Moda Health Plan
The remaining operations for the state’s insurance exchange appear to have shifted tranquilly from the wreckage of Cover Oregon over to the Department of Consumer and Business Services, with 2015 enrollment at 107,000 people -- up from 70,000 in 2014.
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The CEOs of health insurers in Oregon and Washington were paid handsomely last year, even though several execs, among them Jack Friedman, ended up taking a pay cut. And, their coordinated care counterparts followed closely behind.