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Friday, April 12, 2013

Oregon's new health insurance exchange will open a call center in Salem with 50 permanent jobs and 100 seasonal jobs.

The health insurance exchange, known as Cover Oregon, was developed to comply with the federal Affordable Care Act. States must create an online insurance marketplace, such as Cover Oregon, for small businesses and for people who don’t receive health coverage from their employer — or opt for a federally facilitated exchange.

Lisa Morawski, a Cover Oregon spokeswoman, confirmed that the Salem office will hire a mix of about 150 permanent and seasonal jobs.

Read more at The Stateman Journal.

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+1 #1 Who is going to pay?Guest 2013-04-12 21:42:39
Looks like another unfunded mandate. We are all going to pay and the insurance situation is just going to get worse.
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