Oregon provides better health and better care at lower costs.
> Coordinate care to focus on community-based prevention and management of chronic conditions.
> Use quality of care and performance standards that address health disparities and focus on wellness, prevention, and patient-centered care.
> Focus resources on prevention, avoiding health problems before they start.
> Ensure Oregonians have access to high quality, low cost health insurance through creation of Oregon’s Health Insurance Exchange, allowing consumers and small businesses to compare health insurance options.
> Expand the Oregon Health Plan to Oregonians under 138% of poverty.
> Ensuring patient safety and quality improvement is a key focus between patients and providers
> Ensure low-income Oregonians and their children are able to meet their most basic needs, from access to nutritious food to affordable housing and health care.
> Improve the quality and availability of patient-centered care options for seniors and people with disabilities.
> Promote healthy food choices and physical activity.
> Improve access to food that is affordable and nutritious.
> Per capita Medicaid health care spending is reduced by 2%, saving Oregon at the Federal Government up to $11 billion.
> Coordinated care models are options for public and private employers as well as individuals.
> The number of uninsured Oregonians is decreased by 50%.
> Reduce adult obesity rate to less than 30%.
> Reduce childhood obesity rate to less 10%.
> Greater than 84% of babies born in Oregon will have a normal birth weight.
> Reduce adult smoking rates to below 15%.