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PEBB Board Information

The Public Employees' Benefit Board designs, contracts for and administers employee benefits for Oregon state employees and their dependents - about 138,000 Oregonians - who live and work in every county in the state. The benefit program includes core health care benefits (medical, dental and vision) and optional benefits such as life and disability insurance and flexible spending accounts.

The Board comprises eight voting members - four represent labor and four represent management. Certain management members serve in an ex officio capacity; the rest are nominated by the governor and approved by the senate. The Board also includes two non-voting members of the legislature. See who's on the Board below.

Upcoming Meetings

Public Comment - Meeting agendas include time for public comment. If you would like to address the Board, you must view the following guidelines. Guidelines for Public Comment.

Past Meetings

Miss the last meeting? Board/Committee meeting minutes, handouts and video recordings are available in the Meeting Archives. 

 Meeting Archives

Stay in the Know

 Subscribe or unsubscribe to the ListServ of "Interested Parties" who receive PEBB public meeting notices, and follow the instructions.


Vision Statement

We seek optimal health for our members through a system of care that is patient-centered, focused on wellness, coordinated, efficient, effective, accessible, and affordable. The system emphasizes the relationship between patients, providers, and their community; is focused on primary care; and takes an integrated approach to health by treating the whole person.

Key Components

  • An innovative delivery system in communities statewide that uses evidence-based medicine to maximize health and use dollars wisely
  • A focus on improving quality and outcomes, not just providing health care
  • Promotion of health and wellness through consumer education, healthy behaviors, and informed choices
  • Appropriate provider, health plan and consumer incentives that encourage the right care at the right time and place
  • Accessible and understandable information about costs, outcomes, and other health data that is available for informed decision-making
  • Benefits that are affordable to employers and employees.

Coordinated Care Model

The Coordinated Care Model exhibits the Key Components of the Board's Vision.

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