August 28, 2014 - Getting on the Oregon Health Plan has been Tina Wilson’s ticket to better health and, she hopes, economic stability.
“I am now able to stay on top of my health needs,” Wilson said.
Wilson, 57, of Portland, had worked as a medical assistants’ instructor . She was unable to work for more than two years because of her health and lost her employer-provided health insurance. She is recovering from a stroke and other problems.