Laws comprising Oregon Health Plan
As used in ORS 414.018 (Goals) to 414.024 (Guidelines for selecting areas for initial operation of programs), 414.042 (Determination of need for and amount of medical assistance), 414.107 (Entitlement to mental health care and chemical dependency services), 414.710 (Services available to certain eligible persons) and 414.720 (Public hearings), as of November 4, 1993, "Oregon Health Plan" means chapter 815, Oregon Laws 1993, and the seven pieces of legislation enacted during the 1987, 1989 and 1991 legislative sessions, the goal of which is to ensure that Oregonians have access to health care coverage, including the high-risk pool created by chapter 838, Oregon Laws 1989, the employer-based coverage reforms contained in chapter 591, Oregon Laws 1987, chapter 381, Oregon Laws 1989, and chapter 916, Oregon Laws 1991, the cost containment and technology assessments contained in chapter 470, Oregon Laws 1991, and the prioritization and medical assistance reforms contained in chapter 836, Oregon Laws 1989, and chapter 753, Oregon Laws 1991. [1993 c.815 §2; 1999 c.547 §4; 2005 c.22 §284]
Note: See note under 414.018 (Goals).
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