Uber Central Oregon

Uber is now available in Central Oregon. Looking for Free ride credits? Interested in becoming a driver? Click on this link:

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Vegan Bloggers

Monday night Uber story: I was driving gave a ride to an interesting lady named Stephanie. She owns with her twin sister a vegan catering company and blogs about vegan restaurants. Had an interesting conversation with her and thought I would share her website: http://www.sophisticatedveganpdx.com/

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Now Available—Affordable Individual Vision Insurance

Great news! Now you can get affordable individual vision insurance that will save you hundreds on your eyecare and eyewear—from the only national not-for-profit vision care company, VSP®.

VSP puts its members first and reinvests to provide access to the best care at the lowest out-of-pocket cost.

Here’s what you can expect with your individual vision plan:

Lowest Out-of-pocket Cost
As a VSP member, you’ll enjoy typical savings of over $200 a year on your eye exam and prescription glasses.
Convenient Locations
VSP has the largest network of private practice doctors in the industry so you’re sure to find a doctor close to you.
Wide Selection of Frames
With the largest choice in frames, you’re sure to find the pair that’s right for you and your budget.
Satisfaction Guarantee:
VSP has great customer service, which is why they’re consumers’ #1 choice in vision care.1 If you’re not 100% happy with VSP, they’ll make it right.

Depending on your needs, you’ll be able to choose from two excellent plans. When you enroll, your coverage will include:
• Eye exam—fully covered after a $15 copay
• Prescription glasses—after a $25 copay, fully covered up to your allowance amount (varies by plan and state)
• Contacts (instead of glasses)—you can choose to use your allowance toward the purchase of contact lenses

These plans are affordable, starting at just $15.91 per month. And enrollment is simple.

Click here and enroll in an individual vision plan today! Don’t miss this opportunity for savings!

If you have questions or concerns, please contact me anytime. (503) 544-5681 or scottburgeinsurance@gmail.com.

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My service is FREE to you.

That’s right. My service is free to anyone looking to buy health insurance, whether it is Medicare Advantage Plans, Medicare Supplement Plans, Medicare Part D plan, Individual health plans or dental plans or any other plan I offer. I get paid by the insurance company to help you decide which plan works best for you and your family. My interest is making sure you have the best plan for you.

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Upcoming Open Enrollment

With the summer heat in full force and fall right around the corner that can only mean one thing. Open enrollment for Medicare Advantage Plans and Prescription Drug Plans and for Individual Health Insurance. Beginning October 15 the Medicare Advantage Open enrollment begins and run through December 7. Beginning November 1, the Individual Open Enrollment begins. I can help you with making the right decisions for you and your family and my service to you is absolutely free. Call me 503-544-5681.Burge_Scott_0935T

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Individual Open Enrollment Begins Nov. 15.

The second open enrollment period for individual insurance begins on Nov. 15th. Please contact me with your insurance questions or needs. 503-544-5681 or scottburgeinsurance@gmail.comBurge_Scott_0935T

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New Prescription Discount Cards Available.

It is simple, just present this active card to your pharmacist and save up to 90% or more!

MEMBER ID: Enter Patient’s Phone Number


RxBIN: 610568


This Free Card Compliments of:

Scott Burge 503-432-9045


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Does a lower premium equal a lower out of pocket cost?

Does a lower premium equal a lower out of pocket cost?
Not necessarily, because premiums are only a part of the equation. Focusing on just the monthly premiums could lead you to a higher overall total cost.
Here’s the reality. Traditional insurance hits your wallets in four directions: Premiums. Deductibles. Copayments. Coinsurance.
At Oregon’s Health CO-OP they turned the tradition deductibles and coinsurance upside down. The innovative approach to the SIMPLE insurance is a better way. First, the deductibles are limited to just three service categories: inpatient stays, surgery at a hospital or surgery at an outpatient surgical center. That’s right, that’s it! Then they eliminated coinsurance and instituted predictable, flat co-pay for services. These co-pays start at $0 for covered preventative care. Gone are the days of waiting for the post-care medical bills with the likely surprise of paying more than you bargained for until you hit your deductible.
With a limited deductible plans you get fixed, set priced copayments for medical services. No hidden or mysterious costs. This is why I chose Oregon Health CO-OP as my insurer. With Oregon Health CO-OP’s SIMPLE plans you get an innovative and simple approach to providing health insurance. Just the way I like it.

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New Post Card.

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Open enrollment for Cover Oregon ending March 31, 2014

With Cover Oregon’s open enrollment scheduled to close on March 31, 2014, I continue to be available to answer your questions regarding health insurance or help you with the enrollment process.

Cover Oregon makes it easy to compare and discuss the plan that will make the most sense for you to choose, plus it will determine if you are qualified for tax credits. I recently signed myself up for the Oregon Health Co-Op’s Simple Bronze plan. It took only a few days using my agent portal. Using an agent with the portal expedites the process. Call me and I can help. 503-432-9045.

Small businesses can enroll directly with the insurance companies I represent. Contact me for more information.

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