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An Oregon program that aims to peel back the opaque layers of prescription drug pricing wrapped up its first year this week with a report to the Legislature that underlines
With Oregon’s individual health insurance exchange facing lower enrollment and higher premiums, a prominent consumer watchdog group is pushing for several policy changes to stabilize the individual market and rein in costs.
OPINION -- We applaud DCBS’s efforts to ensure broader access to and choice of health coverage in parts of the state where insurers were initially proposing to pull out of the Individual market in 2017, including parts of Central, Eastern and Southern Oregon, and we support the effort to enable e
Oregon health insurance companies have proposed their premium rates for next year, and according to new OSPIRG Foundation analyses released today, many have not adequately justified their prices.
Now that 16 insurance companies have filed their proposed rates for the individual and small group market, the Insurance Division is stepping into the picture.
Statement from OSPIRG Health Care Advocate Jesse O’Brien on the passage of HB 2468 through the Oregon State Senate: