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About OEBB
OEBB Vision
OEBB will work collaboratively with districts, members, carriers and providers to offer value-added benefit plans that support improvement in members’ health status, hold carriers and providers accountable for outcomes, and provide affordable benefits and services.
Key components of the OEBB program are:
  • Value-added plans that provide high-quality care and services at an affordable cost to members.
  • Collaboration with districts, members, carriers and providers that ensures a synergistic approach to the design and delivery of benefit plans and services.
  • Support improvement in members’ health status through a variety of measurable programs and services.
  • Measurable goals and programs that hold carriers and providers accountable for health outcomes.
  • Encourage members to take responsibility for their own health outcomes.
OEBB Guiding Principles

DAS Mission Statement
Department of Administrative Services 
We serve state government to benefit the people of Oregon.    
DAS Vision, Mission and Values (pdf)

Currently, about 150,000 people receive their health benefits through OEBB. When all districts have entered the program -- all participating school districts must participate in the pool by October 2010 -- it is expected that OEBB will cover about 170,000 people. 

More Information about OEBB

   ●  Overview: From Inception
   ●  District Phase-in 
   ●  Guiding Principles 
   ●  History
   ●  Administrative Rules