Helping benefit Oregon smokers, case study, final report
|Title:||Helping benefit Oregon smokers, case study, final report.|
|Name(s):||Oregon Health & Science University Smoking Cessation Center,, issuing body.|
|Type of Resource:||text|
|Extent:||1 online resource (12, 6 pages) : illustrations, forms|
Title from PDF cover (viewed on May 19, 2017).
" In response to the passage of Senate Bill 734, which created a $500 minimum tobacco cessation benefit for all Oregon-based health plans, the OHSU Smoking Cessation Center convened a group of health plans and tobacco control advocates to develop a set of recommended cessation benefits. The case study report provides an overview of the Helping Benefit Oregon Smokers project, as well as the impact of Senate Bill 734 and cessation benefit recommendations on health plans and employers"--Oregon Tobacco Prevention and Education Program website.
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Mode of access: Internet from the Oregon Government Publications Collection.
Text in English.
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