Special Enrollment Period (SEP) Update Special Enrollment Period (SEP) Update: Going forward, you must submit documents that confirm your eligibility for certain special enrollment periods (SEPs) before your enrollment is finalized. You have 60 days from the date of your special enrollment periods (SEP) qualifying event to enroll, change plans, or add new dependent(s) to your current coverage. However, you must submit documents to confirm eligibility for your SEP within 30 days of your plan selection.
Open Enrollment for individual medical for 2018: November 1, 2017 through December 15, 2017.
healthcare.gov - Set up your account, Update your account, Call PBP Insurance for help with selecting and enrolling in a plan for 2018.
Directly with an insurance carrier - Call PBP Insurance for help with selecting and enrolling in a plan for 2018.
Business Oregon - The Certification Office for Business Inclusion & Diversity - renewed PBP Insurance's certification status. See Directory of Certified Firms available at www.ORcobid.com. Read more
Technology and Social Changes affect insurance: PBP monitors insurance changes and new products related to: self-driving cars; drones - unmanned aircraft, sharing economy - AirBandB, Lyft, Uber; cannabis; and big data analytics.
ACA most commonly asked questions: Answers Here
The Oregon Insurance Division(division) of the Department of Consumer and Business Services is issuing this guidance to assist insurers and producers with determining employer group size. For a full copy of the document and more details, please visit the division's website:
Cannabis and Hemp
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Article 91 Recreational Marijuana
$17 - $40 million........ What do numbers mean for the marijuana business in Oregon? Read more.
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Sick Leave OFMLA FMLA
On the heels of Oregon becoming the fourth state in the country to mandate paid sick leave, BOLI, the state agency that enforces OFLA (the Oregon Family Leave Act), has announced changes that amend or repeal twenty of OFLA’s existing rules. Read more here.
View the full text of the law and administrative rules adopted by the Bureau of Labor and Industries at www.oregon.gov/boli. Link to site
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