Oregon requires meaningful coverage for autism under state-regulated plans.
Oregon’s autism insurance bill, SB 365 was enacted in 2013 and became effective on January 1, 2016, for individual, large and small group plans.
Services covered by law include:
Screening and diagnosis, and medically necessary treatment for autism spectrum disorder* (e.g. applied behavior analysis)
For the purposes of this law, “treatment for autism spectrum disorder,” includes ABA and “any other mental health or medical services identified in the individualized treatment plan.”