State of Oregon: Oregon Health Plan
The state remains committed to ensuring all Oregonians have access to high-quality, affordable health care. OHA is committed to working with our federal partners to continue the success we’ve had in our state. In the meantime we’ll stay true to Oregon’s track record of health innovation and our success in delivering greater access, better outcomes and lower costs for Oregonians.
Health Insurance, Central Oregon, and the Pacific Northwest
We offer Individual and Group Health insurance through all the major carriers in Oregon. Our goal is to help individuals, families, and businesses find the best plan based on their needs at the best value. We are here to assist with plan design, coverage questions, and the quoting process. With over twelve years of experience we are familiar with the challenges in the health insurance field. Whether you are looking for a Health Plan, Dental, Vision, or Medical Supplement we are here to advise.
Moda Health — Provider of Group and Individual Dental and Medical Insurance Plans
If you are creating an account for an adult member of your family, that member must have given you permission to set up an account in his/her behalf. If permission has not been provided, you may be violating the privacy of that individual’s information.
Oregon Individual & Family Health Plans
Depending on the health insurance company, Oregon individual and family health insurance rates for couples can be based on the age of the youngest person on the policy. Some couples with an age difference of several years may find they save money by applying for the same plan rather than individually. Couples that are only a few years apart might be able to reduce their total costs by applying for separate health insurance plans. If you decide to apply for a health insurance plan as a couple, make sure the plan you choose covers the benefits both of you need.
Oregon health insurance: find affordable coverage
When it comes to overall health, The Commonwealth Fund’s Scorecard on State Health System Performance for 2015 ranked Oregon 15th out of the 50 states – a dramatic jump from its 24th ranking in 2014. The state performed 31 percent better from one year to the next, seeing improvements in all five categories: Access & Affordability, Prevention & Treatment, Avoidable Hospital Use & Cost, Equity, and Health Lives. Were the state to see 208,313 more adults obtain health insurance, it would improve to the level of the best-performing state for that indicator. Its ranking for percentage of uninsured adults ages 18 to 64 was 23rd.
LifeWise Health Plan of Oregon Home
LifeWise Health Plan has exited the state of Oregon. For current LifeWise customers, coverage will continue through the duration of their current plan year, with most plans ending by Dec. 31, 2016. Learn more.