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The Oregon Health Plan (OHP) is for people of all ages who cannot afford to pay for health care on their own. The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) manages OHP. Learn how to know who covers your OHP and get help with your care.
When you are first approved for OHP, you will get a Notice of Eligibility. It says when your benefits start.
This does not mean you pay for the services. FFS means:
OHP welcome letter will come two or three weeks after your Notice of Eligibility.
People with FFS OHP need to show their Oregon Health ID card (and any other ID cards, such as for private health insurance) at health care visits.
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