Covering Cover Oregon's bills won't end with dissolution
PORTLAND — A bill dissolving the independent corporation that runs Cover Oregon is on its way to Gov. Kate Brown. The agency has spent hundreds of millions of dollars on a health exchange that failed — with more millions in legal fees and other expenses still to come.
Health plan special enrollment period gives some a reprieve
Washington residents who didn't purchase a health plan before Sunday's open enrollment deadline may be in luck. Washington Healthplanfinder announced Monday a two-month special enrollment period for people who were unaware of the tax penalty for being uninsured and for those who couldn't complete the enrollment process due to technical issues.
Deadline to purchase health coverage looms
Uninsured Washington residents have less than a week to purchase health coverage through the state-based insurance exchange, Washington Healthplanfinder.
Integration effort seeks to streamline Medicaid
John Smith enrolled in Medicaid after losing his job and, with it, his employer-provided health insurance.