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Data from health insurer reporting in 2021 is now available.
Senate Bill 192 (2023) amended ORS 743.025, expanding which insurers are required to report prescription drug information to the Drug Price Transparency Program starting in 2024.
OAR 836-053-1630 (effective April 1, 2024) provides additional clarification on which insurers are required to report and which plans to include.
Health insurance companies offering a health benefit plan in Oregon are required to provide information on the top 25 drugs for various categories: most frequently prescribed, most costly, and those causing the greatest increase in plan spending.
Also, health insurance companies are required to report on the effect of prescription drug costs on premiums, including any effect that rebates or price concessions may have on premiums. The lists submitted by the health insurance companies used the template provided below. The information reported to the program was used to compile the aggregate prescription drugs lists below.
Insurer reports are due
May 1. If you have questions or need help, email
The program receives reports from health insurance companies that offers a health benefit plan in Oregon. The program usually received reports from nine or 10 companies when reporting was linked to Oregon's annual rate review process. Starting in 2024, reporting was expanded to include additional companies. Check the program’s annual legislative report for analysis of the data collected from insurance companies.
2023 Insurer prescription drug listPDF
2022 Insurer prescription drug listPDF
2021 Insurer prescription drug listPDF
2020 Insurer prescription drug listPDF
2019 Insurer prescription drug listPDF
2020 Insurer report dataRead the program's 2020 report to the legislature. Information starts on
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