2009 news releases

Dec. 23: Extended health insurance subsidy will help unemployed Oregonians 

Dec. 8: Farmers fined for improper use of credit history

Nov. 12: Unbiased help with Medicare available

Nov. 10: Providence fined for mishandling claims​

Oct. 23: Oregon issues order against insurance agent for dumping records

Oct. 23: Lose your job? You may qualify for federal subsidies

Sept. 23: Insurance divisions asks doctors/dentist about agent

Sept. 21: Beware the fax offer: Is it health insurance?

Sept. 17: Federal-state effort to protect Medicare/Medicaid patients

Sept. 15: Oregon to ban misleading credentials

July 21: New tool gives consumers medical cost estimates​

July 10: Summer fun may bring unique insurance needs

July 8: Teresa Miller named Insurance Division administrator

July 6: Oregonians may qualify for Nationwide insurance class-action settlement

May 8: Department trims Regence rate request

May 7: Oregon already has consumer health insurance protections proposed nationally ​

April 28: Gov. Kulongoski signs legislation to help Oregonians pay health premiums

April 27: Oregon medical malpractice rates continue to decrease​

April 23: PacificSource offers to pick up Preferred Health Plan business​

March 31: Preferred Health Plan to exit Oregon market

March 24: Oregonians to receive help with health premiums

March 6: Trouble paying insurance premiums? Do not make rash decisions.

March 6: Insurance Division seeks public comment on health rate request

March 3: Oregon home insurance costs below national average

Feb. 20: Federal stimulus help with health insurance costs

Jan. 30: State issues 2009 report on health insurance costs​

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