Ore. proposes fee for stand-alone dental plans on exchange

Insurers could be charged 93 cents per subscriber for stand-alone dental plans sold through Oregon's Affordable Care Act marketplace, Cover Oregon. The exchange's finance committee recommended charging the fee after 2014 to offset the loss of federal funding. The fee could affect affordability and should be lower, NADP and industry representatives said during a hearing.

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