Cover Oregon, the state's online health insurance marketplace, debuted with an unfinished website that doesn't allow insurance agents and community organizations to begin enrolling people.
As open enrollment for Cover Oregon begins, many Oregonians remain in the dark about their options.
New Affordable Care Act rules let employees use tax credits if their company plan is "unaffordable," but that calculation is based on employee coverage only and doesn't include family members.
When Gov. John Kitzhaber appointed Howard "Rocky" King to be Cover Oregon’s first executive director, no one was surprised.
Phil and Penny Knight are pledging $500 million for cancer research if Oregon Health & Science University can match it in the next two years.