The Oregon Health Insurance Marketplace Advisory Committee provides guidance and feedback to the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services about issues affecting Oregon’s health insurance marketplace such as outreach, customer feedback, and insurance plan affordability.
The committee also provides annual reports to the Oregon Legislative Assembly and holds open meetings that provide a forum for public discussion.
The Marketplace is requesting information from vendors about an integrated online health insurance marketplace technology platform and associated consumer assistance center.
Tribal Health and Human Services Cluster
The Tribal Health and Human Services Cluster is a partnership between the nine federally recognized tribal governments in Oregon and the Oregon Health Authority, the Department of Human Services, and the Department of Consumer and Business Services, which are dedicated to increasing the health and well being of tribal members.
Past advisory committees
The BHP Stakeholder Advisory Group works in collaboration with DCBS to consider and report recommendations for a Basic Health Program (BHP) to replace Qualified Health Plan coverage through the Marketplace for people in households less than 200 percent of the federal poverty level.
The COFA Oral Health Committee considers options for creating an oral health program for Oregonians from COFA islands. The committee's ideas inform DCBS recommendations that are forwarded to the Oregon Legislature.
The COFA Premium Assistance Program Advisory Group considers options for Oregonians from COFA islands. The group will meet to discuss issues regarding the Premium Assistance Program.
Public records requests
Request Oregon Health Insurance Marketplace public records by submitting this form.