What is OHP Standard?
The Oregon Health Plan (OHP) provides health care coverage to low-income Oregonians through programs administered by the Oregon Healthy Authority (OHA). OHP clients are assigned to a benefit package, based on several eligibility factors. OHP Standard is one of those benefit packages. OHP Standard provides coverage for medical services similar to private insurance. Some clients with OHP Standard receive coverage at no cost, while those with higher incomes pay monthly premiums to keep their coverage.
Who qualifies for OHP Standard?
People who qualify for OHP Standard are uninsured adult Oregon residents who:
Are ages 19 and older;
Are not pregnant;
Are not on Medicare; and
Are very low income.
For example, you may qualify if your household has:
1 person and you make less than $931* per month;
2 persons and you make less than $1,261* per month;
3 persons and you make less than $1,591* per month;
4 persons and you make less than $1,921* per month;
5 persons and you make less than $2,251* per month.
*$330 is added for each additional person in the household.
Note: Income amounts are set by the federal government and may change.