Oregon’s Insurance Regulator Fines Providence Health Plan $100,000 for Violations Uncovered in Litigation Brought by Stoll Berne

August 28, 2017

Providence Health Plan was recently fined by Oregon’s insurance regulator for violations uncovered in the autism litigation suit brought by Stoll Berne.

To learn more about the original suit and its outcome, click here. The insurance regulator’s Consent Order is attached here.

RECENT NEWS:

August 30, 2017: Jefferson Public RadioFamilies: Oregon Insurance Division is Slow to Help Autistic Children

August 25, 2017: The Lund ReportProvidence Fined $100,000 for 2012 Violations Relating to Autism Treatment

August 24, 2017: KATU.comOregon insurer agrees to $100,000 fine over autism claims denials

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