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eLearning Overview
Traditionally, agencies such as our own have relied on face-to-face contact for much of our informational and educational outreach. This approach has proved very successful and allows for direct interaction between OPHP and the public at large.

However, due to the economic situation we find our state and nation in, many of these traditional outreach approaches are being re-examined, due to the increasing costs of staff travel. And while we are not totally abandoning our traditional approach to outreach, OPHP has initiated a series of robust new electronic learning components to our toolbox. Over the next several months, we will be rolling out more of these multimedia resources here, so stay tuned!

Video Clips
FMIP Alert - June 1, 2013
Oregon to no longer cover FMIP: Office of Private Health Partnership's Craig Kuhn, explains changes to the Federal Medical Insurance Pool (FMIP), and how those changes will affect Oregon enrollees of that program.
Cover Oregon: Asegúrate (in Spanish)
Cover Oregon es el nuevo mercado en internet, donde puedes obtener un plan de salud. Ayuda económica estará disponible exclusivamente para más de 400,000 residentes de Oregon a través de CoverOregon.com A partir de octubre, podrás comparar los planes y encontrar el que mejor se adapte a tus necesidades y las de tu familia. Tus problemas de salud no evitan que obtengas cobertura.

Infórmate, estamos aqui para ayudarte. Visita CoverOregon.com o llama al 1-855-268-3767

Kaiser Video: Health Reform Explained

Health Reform Hits Main Street: Confused about how the new health reform law really works? This short, animated movie - featuring the "YouToons" - explains the problems with the current health care system, the changes that are happening now, and the big changes coming in 2014.

Federal Health Care Reform Update - October, 2010
Pre-Existing Health Conditions and Enrollment Periods for Children Under age 19: Office of Private Health Partnership's Mark Jungvirt, explains the removal of the pre-existing condition clause on non-grandfathered individual commercial health insurance plans for children under age 19. This is another of a series of VodCasts that the Oregon Office of Private Health Partnerships will be providing to help better understand the law and rulings of the Federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and health care reform in Oregon. Click the icon on the left to view. Updated October 20, 2010.







Audio PodCasts
Whitehouse.gov "50 States/50 Stories" - Fall, 2010
Audio Testimonial: Jim and his wife own an auto repair shop in Portland and employ 14 people. They pay the entire cost of their employees' health care coverage. The new small business tax credit will make it easier for them to continue to provide insurance to their workers. Health reform makes health care more affordable, holds insurers more accountable, expands coverage to all Americans and makes our health system sustainable. Click the left icon to hear.







PowerPoint Presentations
High-Risk Pools - 2011
These slides accompany OPHP's on-site training on the state and federal high risk pools, (requires Microsoft PowerPoint to view). For information on scheduling a training or more details on the high risk pools, e-mail OPHP at ophp@state.or.us.

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