Oregon Health Insurance for Individuals and Families

Bancorp Insurance can help you and your family get the Oregon health insurance you need.

OPEN ENROLLMENT BEGINS NOVEMBER 1, 2017 AND ENDS December 15, 2017!

The affordable care act is still the law of the land. Nothing has changed for the upcoming 2018 health care year. By now, you know that you can only sign up for Oregon health insurance during open enrollment from November 1, 2017 to December 15, 2017. After December 15, open enrollment will be closed. Your health insurance plans start January 1, 2018 and will continue until December 31st 2108, as long as you continue to pay your premiums. Unless your situation falls into one of the following exceptions you will not be able to get health care insurance until next year starting November 1, 2019.

  1. Lost your health care because you moved
  2. Lost your health care because you changed jobs
  3. You got married
  4. You became pregnant
  5. You aged out of your parent health care at the age of 26
  6. You got divorced or legally separated and lost health care
  7. You had a change in income and no longer are qualified for the Oregon Health Plan
  8. Released from jail or prison
  9. Death. If a current person on your health plan died and now you can no longer stay on that plan you can enroll in a new plan
  10. Had a baby or adopted a child or had a child placed with you for foster care
  11. You are a member of a federally recognized tribe or an Alaska Native Corporation

ATTN: DESCHUTES COUNTY RESIDENTS

There have been several changes in the individual Oregon health insurance marketplace this year. Atiro  and Bridgespan have chosen to exit the market in Deschutes County effective January 1, 2018. If your current health care coverage is with either Atiro or Bridgespan you will need to look for a new health insurer.

Moda is offering individual health insurance in 2018. You may currently be enrolled in a plan that will not be offered in this area in 2018. The carriers may assign you to a new Oregon health insurance plan, however, it may not be the best plan for you and your family. We recommend that you review all the options available to you.

BUYING INSURANCE DIRECT FROM A PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY

Private health insurance is usually a policy that consumers purchase either directly from a health insurer or through a licensed insurance agent. Be aware that even though you may have purchased an individual health insurance policy directly from Atrio or Bridgespan you will still need to look for a new insurer. Atrio and Bridgespan will no longer provide individual health insurance to anyone living in Deschutes County.

Private health insurance is usually a policy that consumers purchase either directly from a health insurer or through a licensed insurance agent. Be aware that even though you may have purchased an individual health insurance policy directly from Moda or Lifewise you will still need to look for a new insurer. Moda and Lifewise will no longer provide individual health insurance to anyone living in Deschutes County.

BANCORP INSURANCE HAS BEEN SELECTED AS A STOREFRONT OREGON HEALTH INSURANCE AGENCY

Being a drop-in center means that Bancorp will provide free, one-on-one help to people shopping for and enrolling in health insurance. Agents help consumers review plan options and find the plan that is the best and most affordable fit for them. We can also help people access the financial assistance that is available to most Oregonians through HealthCare.gov. And we will be happy to provide you a referral if you or a family member is signing up for the Oregon Health Plan.

Bancorp Insurance Agency is one of 35 Oregon insurance agencies that have received a grant from the Department of Consumer and Business Services, Oregon Health Insurance Marketplace to create a drop-in enrollment center during the upcoming health insurance open enrollment period from November 1, 2017 to December 15, 2017.

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TO RENEW YOUR HEALTH INSURANCE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE FOLLOWING:

  1. The Date of Birth and Social Security numbers for everyone in your household.
  2. Estimate of Your Modified Adjusted Gross Income with some sort of documentation, last year’s taxes, current pay stubs, etc.
  3. Documentation of U.S. Citizenship.
  4. Must have an email and access to that email. If you know it your login and password from last year that you used to sign up for healthcare.gov.

CUSTOMER TESTIMONIALS

Dear Patti, I would like to thank you for your incredible support and expertise in enrolling me in Cover Oregon. I really appreciate your persistence and patience with the frustrating process. I am singing your praise and Rex's for foresight in having his team educated to help folks every time the ACA comes up in conversations, which I sometimes initiate. Perhaps this will result in increased business for your company, but if not it is certainly a story of good will. In Gratitude, Gina Rosbrook, Sunriver, OR
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