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Oregon Insurer Profits Remain Thin in 2012

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However, PacificSource and ODS reported the strongest membership growth, while Regence barely grew and Kaiser lost members 

March 7, 2013 -- Was 2012 the year of the health insurance upstart?

Providence Asks for 5.4 Percent Rate Hike for Small Businesses

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A public hearing will be held by the Oregon Insurance Division on February 24

February 15, 2012 -- Providence Health Plans is seeking a 5.4 percent average rate increase for small businesses, which would affect 2,645 employers who have 30,869 employees. If approved, the increase would take effect August 1.

The Oregon Insurance Division has scheduled a public hearing for 10 a.m., February 24 at the Public Services Building in Salem. To learn more details and submit a public comment, click here.

Changes in Insurance Plans Confusing for Employees

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Oregon Educators Benefit board makes the decision to give employees more options

January 25, 2012 -- It can be very exasperating when an employer changes health plan options and people no longer have quite the same benefits.

Irma Gentile faced that dilemma. An early retiree, she joined the Oregon Educators Benefit Board in 2008, choosing Providence Health Plan after reviewing the other three choices available to her.

Oregon Insurance Execs Dismiss Public Option

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CEOs pin their hopes on value-based health plans that debut next year

 October 27, 2009 -- The public option debated in Congress won’t gain any traction with Oregon’s insurance executives who keep comparing the proposal to traditional Medicare, claiming it’s a broken system in need of serious repair.

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