State’s High Risk Insurer Considers Assessment on Third Party Vendors

 In Writing

In an attempt to spread the burden of funding Oregon’s public-administered health program to a greater number of entities, the Oregon Medical Insurance Pool (OMIP) board has submitted two legislative concepts that would allow the
insurer to impose an assessment on third-party administrators while reducing stop-loss carrier fees. (Oregon Health News, July 2008)

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