Active bulletins

2014-1: Mental Health Parity

2014-2: Autism Spectrum Disorder; Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy

2013-4: Permissible use of lapse in insurance coverage as a rating factor – Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 742.449

2013-3: Association Coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA)

2013-2: Senate Bill 91 (2011) Standard Plans
Questions and Answers

2013-1Coverage Effective Periods for Non-Grandfathered Individual Health Benefit Plans in Oregon

2012-1Application of Senate Bill 2 (2007 Legislative Session) to Gender Identity Issues in the Transaction and Regulation of Insurance in Oregon
Insurance and Gender Identity Fact Sheet

2011-1: House Bill 2679 - Implementation of the Federal Nonadmitted and Reinsurance Reform Act of 2010 ("NRRA")

2010-4: Credit Scoring Legislation – Senate Bill 377
(This Bulletin replaces Bulletin INS 2010-2, which is hereby withdrawn, and further clarifies when an insurer is required to rerate a policy under ORS 746.661(2)(a).)

2010-3: Use of a Fraud or Misstatement Warning

2010-01Guaranteed Renewability of Individual, Group, and Portability Health Benefit Plans

2009-10: House Bill 2116 (2009) and the Health Insurance Premium Assessment
(This bulletin provides additional information regarding Footnote 2 to Bulletin 2009-9)

2009-9: House Bill 2116 (2009) and the Health Insurance Premium Assessment
(Withdraws bulletins INS 2009-8)

2009-7: Withdrawal of Filing Procedures for Life Insurance and Annuity Advertisements
(Withdraws bulletins INS 2009-6)

2009-5: Corrections
(Withdraws bulletins INS 2009-1 and INS 2009-4)

2009-2: Unfair Discrimination Compensation Arrangements and Noncompliant Commission Activities

2008-5: Prohibition Against Use of Health Status for Underwriting Associations with Small Employer Groups and Allowable Rating Practices for Associations with Small Employer Groups

2008-3: State and Federal Rebating Enforcement Initiative

2008-2: Application of HB 2007, Oregon's Domestic Partnership Legislation

2008-1: Filing Procedures for Compliance with Provisions of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2007

2007-7: Annual Reporting Procedures for Patient Protection Act reports on Grievances, Utilization Review, Quality Assessment and Networking Adequacy

2007-5: Application of NAIC Manuals and Other Publications

2007-4: Withdrawal of Insurance Division Bulletins INS 97-6 and INS 2001-2

2007-3: Flood Insurance Training Requirements for Insurance Producers with a Property Line of Authority Selling Through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)

2007-1: Reporting Requirements for Prompt Payment of Claims Under Requirements of ORS 743.866

2006-6: Best Practice Organizations

2006-5: General Filing Instructions for Filing Policy Forms & Rates

2006-3Withdrawal of Insurance Division Bulletin INS 2002-7

2006-2: Withdrawal of Insurance Division Bulletins 82-4, 86-3, 95-4 and 96-3

2005-4New Legislation - SB 118

2005-3: Marketing Medicare Prescription Drug Benefits and Medicare Part D

2005-1: Prompt Payment of Claims

2004-1: Commission Rate for Small Employer Health Plans

2003-9: Reporting Procedures for House Bills 2987 and 3431

2003-8 Credit Scoring (Insurance Scoring) Legislation - SB 260

2003-7Change in PIP Benefits under HB 3668

2003-6: Prospective Loss Cost Filing Procedures for Property/Casualty Insurance (other than Workers Compensation) and Loss Cost Reference Filing Adoption Forms

2003-5: Application of NAIC Manuals and Other Publications

2003-3: Benefits for Chemical Dependency and Mental and Nervous Conditions; Discrimination among Providers; Cost Containment

2003-2Reducing Regulatory Burden

2002-5: (Revised 2/20/03) Sale of individual health benefit plans in the small employer market

2002-3: USA Patriot Act of 2001

2002-1: No Policy Changes Required by 2001 Amendment to ORS 743.186(1)(A)

2001-9: Withdrawal of Bulletin INS 95-5 and INS 96-1

2001-6: Standard Limits of Liability for Oregon Workers' Compensation Policies

2001-4: Voluntary Expedited Filing Procedures for Insurance Applications Developed to Allow Depository Institutions to Meet Their Disclosure Obligations under Section 305 of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act

2001-1 OAR 836-080-0240 – Standards for Prompt & Fair Settlement – Automobile Insurance

99-5: Addendum to Bulletin INS 97-6 – Life Insurance and Annuity Provisions Relating to Payment of Taxes

98-3: Filing Requirements for Health Insurance Policy Forms, PER ORS 742.003; Applicability of Negotiated Policy Exception

98-1Reductions of Refinance Escrow Rates to Induce Title Insurance Business

96-5Use of Corporate and Assumed Business Names by Insurers

96-4: Contents Corporate Minutes

96-2: Application of the Insurance Code to Health Benefit Arrangements that Include Provider Risk Sharing

94-4: Creditor's Rights Coverage

94-2Title Insurance May Not Use Schedule B to Add Coverage

94-1: Blanket Insurance

92-5:  Rate Filing Procedures for Workers' Compensation Insurance

92-3: Marketing Practices for Paying Commissions

70-4: Reinsurance of Title Insurance

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