SB 765 – Oregon

Status: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2019

Modifies definitions of “primary care” and “total medical expenditures” for purpose of reports on spending for primary care by insurance carriers, Public Employees’ Benefit Board, Oregon Educators Benefit Board and coordinated care organizations. Requires all carriers providing specified health insurance to report spending on primary care and on use of alternative payment methodologies for reimbursing costs of primary care. Requires Department of Consumer and Business Services and Oregon Health Authority to prescribe by rule percentage of primary care expenditures that must be reimbursed using alternative payment methodologies.

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