These reports rank major Oregon insurers and all insurers doing business in
Oregon on their complaint records in six types of insurance: personal auto,
health, homeowner, life annuities and long-term care.
Consumer Guide to Health Insurance
This booklet provides an overview of health insurance, how you can keep insurance if you lose your job and your health-care rights.
Health Insurance in Oregon
Health Insurance in Oregon, an annual report prepared by the Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS), focuses on the role of commercial health insurance in Oregon.
Health insurance rate requests
The state approves rate requests for certain types of health insurance: individual,
small employer and portability plans. When an insurer wants to change rates,
the company must submit documents justifying its proposal to the Oregon Insurance
Division. These documents are posted online as they are received.
Health Benefit Plan Reports
Learn how many Oregonians covered by health benefit plans through
a particular company and premium information for Oregon. This report
is due annually on April.
Insurance Quarterly Enrollment Report
Learn how many members a company has by selected lines of business
(group versus individual plans). Includes percent of people seeking
individual health plans who are turned down by a company (rejection
rate) for pre-existing medical conditions.
The Market Conduct Annual Statement 2010 (MCAS) scorecards are available on the NAIC's MCAS webpage. The scorecards are located on the "Participating Jurisdictions Contracts and Scorecards" map. Find industry-wide averages for auto, homeowner, life and annuity markets.
Coverage (mandates) Charts
Coverage for specific conditions, services, persons and reimbursement to providers.
Annual Patient Protection Reports
These reports give statistical data on grievances and appeals of insurance
company decisions, provider networks, quality improvement plans and utilization
reviews. This data is due annually on June 30.
Top 25 Insurers in Oregon by Market Share
Chart shows largest insurers by premium for these types of insurance: accident
& health, annuities, auto, homeowners, life, medical malpractice, property
& casualty, and workers' compensation.
Insurance Company Exams
Read detailed reports on a company's financial condition or its conduct in
such areas as claims, underwriting, policyholder service and more.
National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)
The NAIC Consumer Information Source (CIS) allows consumers to view key information
about insurance companies.