Section 1332 Waiver Evaluation Report

Evaluating the Oregon Reinsurance Program

Published in: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services website (2021)

Posted on on March 29, 2022

by Jodi L. Liu, Denis Agniel, Christine Eibner, Preethi Rao, Justin Lee, Teague Ruder, Alex Peltz, Justin W. Timbie

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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight (CCIIO) contracted with the RAND Corporation to conduct evaluations of approved section 1332 waivers first implemented by three states starting in 2018: Alaska, Minnesota, and Oregon. This report documents findings from the evaluation of Oregon's waiver, through which the state implemented the Oregon Reinsurance Program (ORP).

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