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Email: m***@***.us
Local Address: Salem, Oregon, United States
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Background

Employment History

  • Marketing and Training Coordinator
    Oregon Insurance Pool Governing Board
  • Marketing Manager
    Oregon Insurance Pool Governing Board
  • IPGB Marketing Information and Outreach Coordinator
    IPGB
  • Manager of the Marketing, Information and Outreach Section
    IPGB
  • Manager (Office of Private Health Partnerships)
    Oregon Health Authority
  • Marketing Manager
    FHIAP
11 Total References
Web References
The News-Review - News
www.oregonnews.com, 25 Aug 2005 [cached]
Others are unemployed and don't have the means to pay a monthly health insurance premium, said Mark Jungvirt, marketing manager for the Oregon Insurance Pool Governing Board, an agency created in 1987 to help Oregonians obtain health coverage.
Seventeen percent of Oregonians are uninsured, Jungvirt told a crowd of about 20 people Tuesday at Seven Feathers Hotel & Casino Resort.That means more than 600,000 Oregonians are unable to pay for health care.
Jungvirt said one of the agency's programs, Family Health Insurance Assistance Program, might be the answer.
"We are not a fit for everyone, but we are for some people out there," Jungvirt said.
On Tuesday, Jungvirt was sharing information about the program to representatives from public agencies, hospitals and community organizations.
He wanted to give them the information they would need to successfully refer families to the program.The agency is doing 55 training sessions in 39 locations throughout the state.
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"They'll help them determine what plans fit their wants and needs," Jungvirt said.
About 30 percent of Oregonians are turned down by private insurance companies, Jungvirt said.If that is the case, they can join the Oregon Medical Insurance Pool and still qualify for FHIAP.Oregon Medical Insurance Pool is for people who are unable to obtain insurance because of health conditions.
FHIAP is renewable each year, and those who qualify can switch employers and stay in the program, Jungvirt said.
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"There's a lot of folks who could use the Family Health Insurance Assistance Program," Jungvirt said.
LaGrandeObserver.com
www.lagrandeobserver.com, 23 Mar 2005 [cached]
Thursday at the Blue Mountain Conference Center, Mark Jungvirt and Don Myron of the Oregon Insurance Pool Governing Board gave a talk on ways the state is trying to make group health plans more affordable.
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"Our main goal is to try to lower the rate of uninsured in the state," Jungvirt, manager of the IPGB's Marketing, Information and Outreach Section, said.
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"We looked at a number of carriers, and those are the two that stacked up the best," Jungvirt said.
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Myron and Jungvirt said they were not able to give the exact cost for premiums.
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The Children's Group Plan is the first of its kind in the nation, Jungvirt noted.He said the interests of children were better served by designing a separate plan.
"The benefit structure (in the Alternative Plan) is so low, we elected not to include children in it," he said.
In addition to the two certified plans, Myron and Jungvirt spent some time talking about the state's Family Health Insurance Assistance Plan.
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"Between the Children's Plan and the FHIAP subsidy, in some cases it's possible to insure a child for less than six dollars a month," Jungvirt said.
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Jungvirt said the IPGB is hoping to get a handle on uninsured rates that began creeping upward in the late 1990s.
The uninsured rate for all Oregonians dipped below 11 percent in 1996 but the recession of the late 1990s and early 2000s brought an upward spike.
"The bad news is, the number's going up," Jungvirt said.
"Program eligibility is based on various ...
www.aglink.org, 17 Mar 2007 [cached]
"Program eligibility is based on various criteria including income, residence and other factors," says Mark Jungvirt, FHIAP marketing manager.
National Academy for State Health Policy
www.nashp.org, 12 Dec 2001 [cached]
Mark Jungvirt, Marketing and Training Coordinator, Oregon Insurance Pool Governing Board;
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Mark Jungvirt Marketing & Training Coordinator Insurance Pool Governing Board 250 Church Street, SE, Suite 200 Salem, OR 97301 Phone: 503-378-5461 Fax: 503-373-7704
Mark Jungvirt, Marketing and ...
nashp.org, 12 Dec 2001 [cached]
Mark Jungvirt, Marketing and Training Coordinator, Oregon Insurance Pool Governing Board;
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Mark JungvirtMarketing & Training CoordinatorInsurance Pool Governing Board250 Church Street, SE, Suite 200Salem, OR 97301Phone: 503-378-5461Fax: 503-373-7704
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