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Portland Health Insurance

Do you live in Portland, Oregon? Or the surrounding area? Here at America’s Health Insurance we offer competitive Portland Health Insurance products. We are a licensed agent in the state of Oregon, and we want to help you save money. Our strong relationships with the top insurance carriers of the country enables us to be on top of the health insurance market. This allows us to provide the absolute best products for our clients. We offer free online quoting, and free personal consultation with our licensed benefit specialists. Contact us today!

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Weekly Update: States Moving to Federal Exchange

Obamacare has become the only game in town when it comes to individual health insurance, yet as most of us know, the rules of the game change almost everyday. As we approach the second open enrollment period, there are a lot of significant updates and they will now be coming fast and furious. Starting today, I will provide a compilation of the news that is relevant to Individual Health Insurance across the country.

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Portland, Oregon Health Statistics

Health Factors:
  • Adult Smoking- 15% of population.
  • Adult Obesity- 24% of population.
  • Physical In-Activity- 16% of population.
  • Excess Drinking- 20% of population
  • A total of 6,315 Premature Deaths in 2012.
  • 13% of the population in poor or fair health.
  • 6.6% of population with low birth rates.

*All the statistics for Portland, Oregon are based on the total percentages of Multnomah County, Oregon. These statistics can be found on the 2012 Country Health Rankings and Road Maps conducted by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Population Health Institute at the University of Wisconsin.