House Bill 4018A, which passed the Oregon House of Representatives this morning, is a small but important step forward for Oregon’s efforts to transform the health care system to contain costs, improve
Close scrutiny of proposed health insurance rates for 2018, along with a new state program to contain rate hikes, has cut more than $100 million from premiums for Oregon consumers.
This December, many consumers have more than just holiday shopping on their to-do lists. Individuals and families who buy their own coverage are also looking at their health insurance options for 2014.
At the direction of Gov. Kitzhaber, the Oregon Health Policy Board has adopted an OSPIRG Foundation-backed proposal to address the rising cost of health care.
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