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Search or comment on 2024 rate filings
2024 rate hearings
Public testimony can be submitted through June 30. Virtual public hearings about the 2024 health insurance rates will be held July 17-18 from 1:30-4:30 p.m. A web address to watch the public hearings will be posted on this page. At the hearings, each insurance company will provide a brief presentation about its rate increase requests, answer questions from the division, and hear public comment from Oregonians.
Submit a comment anytime before June 30.
Learn how your current plan will change in 2022
The plan comparison table helps you see if any changes will be made to your current plan options, deductibles, maximum out-of-pocket costs, and primary care and prescription drug co-pays. The premium rates listed in the table are for a 40 year old non-smoker.
View the plan comparison table
The Division of Financial Regulation provides information on health insurance rates for individual and small group plans. You can find pending and approved filings, watch public hearings, learn about the rate review process, and comment on filings.
Each year, the Division of Financial Regulation conducts a transparent health insurance rate review process for health plans that comply with the Affordable Care Act for small businesses and people who buy their own coverage rather than getting it through an employer.
Conducting a yearly rate review ensures that premium rates charged to Oregonians adequately cover health care costs without being too high or too low. This transparent process includes public hearings and a public comment period.
Health insurers have submitted rates for 2024.Visit the
rate filings page through June 29 to view requested rates and provide public comment. Visit the public hearings page for a schedule of the insurers rate hearings that occur in July.
View the 2024 health plan comparison table for information on your current plan option, deductibles, maximum out-of-pocket costs, and more.
RHEA plan information (4th quarter 2021)
This is a quarterly listing of plans that are subject to the Reproductive Health Equity Act (RHEA).Note: Employers in the small group market can opt out of RHEA. Even if you see your plan listed make sure to check with your employer.
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