Hospital Payment Reports
In the 2015 legislative session, the Oregon legislature passed Senate Bill 900, mandating the annual reporting of median payments from commercial insurers to hospitals for common inpatient and outpatient procedures. This report is the first in an annual series using data from Oregon's All Payer All Claims database to provide that information.
Hospital Quarterly Report
One of the overarching goals of Oregon's health system transformation is improving transparency through quality, efficiency, outcome and financial data that is available to the public. Public reporting is a key element in Oregon's work to transform Oregon's health care system to be more transparent to patients, stakeholders and the public. Similar to the Health System Transformation Quarterly Reports that track Coordinated Care Organizations' performance, quarterly reporting on Oregon's acute care hospitals assists policymakers and the public in monitoring the impact of state and federal health reforms on hospital care and financial stability. This report tracks key measures of hospital finances and utilization including profitability, charity care, bad debt, and inpatient, outpatient, and emergency department visits.
Oregon Acute Care Hospitals: Financial and Utilization Trends
Note: There is not a 2014 Q3 Trend Report
Oregon hospitals submit monthly utilization and financial summaries via the electronic DataBank system. The Oregon Association of Hospitals and Health Systems (OAHHS) make these files available to the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) at quarterly intervals.
DataBank files contain monthly, aggregate data for each hospital, including utilization and financial information by primary payer for a wide range of hospital services including acute, sub-acute, swing bed, distinct-part units, and home health care.
Please refer to the Databank Field List for a crosswalk of data fields (variables).
To download the data, click on the file desired, then select either "open" or "save".
If you want more information about hospital data or have technical questions regarding the contents/fields, please contact hdd.Admin@state.or.us.
Databank Pivot 2007-2017 (Q2)
Audited Financials & FR-3
Oregon's hospitals are required to provide information on annual financial performance to the Oregon Health Authority. Specifically, hospitals must submit an audited financial statement and FR-3 form for each fiscal year that includes information on revenues, expenses, margins, and uncompensated care.
Hospital Financial Data Pivot Table (2006-2016)
Hospital Financial Data for 2006-2016
Annual Hospital Financial Reports
2016 Hospital Financial Summary Table (Excel)
2016 Audited Financials Report
Statute / Rule
Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 442.400 to 442.463
Oregon Administrative Rule (OAR) 409-015-0005 to -0040 (Revised 3-28-2016)
FR-3 Reporting Form
For the current reporting year, please download, fill out, and email the FR-3 form and the hospital's audited financial statement to the Oregon Health Authority. Each hospital has 120 days following the close of its fiscal year to file audited financial statements and FR-3s with the Oregon Health Authority.
Form FR-3 Additional instructions are included on the FR-3 form.
FR-3 Audited Financial Extension Request
Send FR-3 forms and audited financial reports to: OHA.HealthAnalyticsDataSubs@dhsoha.state.or.us
Community Benefit Reporting
Most hospitals in Oregon are recognized as non-profit institutions. To maintain their tax-exempt status, non-profit hospitals are expected to provide measurable benefits to the communities they serve. Community benefits generally are defined as programs or activities that hospitals provide despite a low or negative financial return. Examples of community benefits include providing free or discounted care to persons living in poverty, conducting education or research to promote community health, or donating funds or services to community groups.
In 2007, HB 3290 established Oregon's community benefit reporting law in order to document the benefits that hospitals provide to their communities. Under this law, each hospital annually submits a form to the Oregon Health Authority that reports the hospital's cost of providing community benefits in various categories
Hospital Community Benefit Data
Statute / Rule
Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 442.200 to 442.205
Oregon Administrative Rule (OAR) 409-023-0100
Reporting Forms & Extension Requests
Send forms and data to: OHA.HealthAnalyticsDataSubs@dhsoha.state.or.us
Capital Project Reporting
Acute care hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers (ASCs) in Oregon are required to publically report information about capital projects by posting information on their websites and submitting information to the Oregon Health Authority. Reports to OHA must be submitted no more than 30 days after a project has been approved, using the CPR-1 form below. The statute and rules listed below provide additional details about this program. The program was established in 2009 by HB 2009.
Statute / Rule
Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 442.361, 442.362, 442.991
Oregon Administrative Rule (OAR) 409-024
Capital Project Reporting Form
Send forms and data to: OHA.HealthAnalyticsDataSubs@state.or.us
Inpatient Discharge Data
Instructions on Ordering Inpatient Hospital Discharge Data
The Office of Health Analytics makes public use files of patient hospital discharges available for a variety of purposes. The data has been de-identified using the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Privacy Rule's Safe Harbor standard for de-identification. As a result, full 5-digit zip code information is not available in public use files.
Annual data files are available in comma-delimited format, accompanied by documentation, for calendar years 2007 through the most recent year available - currently 2015. The cost is $250 per year or $75 per quarter of data requested. The numbers of discharges varies by year, but are generally in excess of 350,000 records per year.
To obtain public use datasets please do the following:
- Review the The inpatient hospital discharge layout and example data set to ensure the variables are sufficient for your needs. The Office of Health Analytics will not refund fees.
- Please review our FAQ document.
- Download and complete Form D-1. In order to submit your information, download the public use data request D-1 form to your desktop. Do not complete this form while you are on the web, the data will not be saved.
- Enclose payment in check form (we cannot accept credit cards) and send it along with form D-1 to the address below. The cost is $250 per year of data. Please make checks payable to Oregon Health Authority.
After the request has been approved and full payment has been received, the data order will be sent out.
More detailed information for research and analysis purposes can be obtained from Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP) Central Distributor
HCUP datasets are not fully de-identified and will require a data use agreement, study proposal and plan for maintaining confidentiality for access. Be aware that:
- The cost is $750/year of data requested.
- Researchers and all other persons with access to the data are required to read and sign an agreement with HCUP.
- Please refer to the HCUP website for further information on ordering, payments and data use requirements.
Send forms and payment to:
Oregon Health Authority
Office of Health Analytics
Attn: Data Fulfillment Officer
500 Summer St NE, E-64
Salem, OR 97301
If you have further questions, please contact HDD.firstname.lastname@example.org.