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Oregon’s Quarterly Progress Report - Quality and Access by Metric

Bar GraphThe state is tracking 17 CCO incentive metrics and 16 additional state performance metrics that will help track progress towards Oregon’s goal of better health, better care and lower costs. Each metric has a 2011 state baseline (starting point) and state benchmark (goal). Every CCO also has a baseline for each measure, calculated from 2011 data, before CCOs were formed; benchmarks for individual CCOs are still being developed.

The February version of the report includes preliminary statewide and CCO-level data for January through September 2013 on measures where the data is available.  It also includes statewide data stratified by race and ethnicity categories, where available.

 


 

Metrics by measures

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Quality Improvement Focus Area
  
Alcohol or Other Substance Misuse (SBIRT)YesImproving access to effective and timely care, Improving behavioral and physical health coordination
Follow-up after Hospitalization for Mental IllnessYesImproving behavioral and physical health coordination, Reducing preventable re-hospitalizations
Screening for Clinical Depression and follow-up PlanYesImproving access to effective and timely care, Improving behavioral and physical health coordination
Follow-up Care for Children Prescribed Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) medicationYesImproving access to effective and timely care, Improving behavioral and physical health coordination
Timeliness of Prenatal CareYesImproving access to effective and timely care, Improving overall perinatal and maternity care
Elective deliveryYesImproving overall perinatal and maternity care
Colorectal Cancer ScreeningYesEnsuring appropriate care is delivered in appropriate settings, Improving access to effective and timely care, Improving primary care for all populations
Patient-centered Primary Care Home EnrollmentYesEnsuring appropriate care is delivered in appropriate settings, Improving access to effective and timely care, Improving primary care for all populations
Developmental Screening in the First 36 Months of LifeYesEnsuring appropriate care is delivered in appropriate settings, Helping improve primary care for all populations, Improving access to effective and timely care
Adolescent Well-care VisitsYesEnsuring appropriate care is delivered in appropriate settings, Improving access to timely and effective care, Improving primary care for all populations
Controlling High Blood PressureYesAddressing discrete health issues
Diabetes: HbA1c Poor ControlYesAddressing discrete health issues
Access to care (CAHPS)YesImproving access to effective and timely care
Electronic Health Records (EHR) AdoptionYesElectronic Health Record Adoption
Cervical Cancer ScreeningNoImproving access to effective and timely care
Child and Adolescent Access to Primary Care PractitionersNoImproving access to effective and timely care, Improving primary care for all populations
Provider Access Questions from the Physician Workforce SurveyNoImproving access to effective and timely care
Mental and Physical Health Assessment within 60 Days for Children in DHS CustodyYesImproving access to effective and timely care, Improving behavioral and physical health coordination
Prenatal and Postpartum Care: Postpartum Care RateNoImproving overall perinatal and maternity care
All-cause ReadmissionNoReducing preventable re-hospitalizations
Well-child Visits in the First 15 Months of LifeNoEnsuring appropriate care is delivered in appropriate settings, Improving access to effective and timely care, Improving primary care for all populations
Childhood Immunization StatusNoEnsuring appropriate care is delivered in appropriate settings, Improving primary care for all populations
Immunization for AdolescentsNoEnsuring appropriate care is delivered in appropriate settings, Improving primary care for all populations
Appropriate Testing for Children with PharyngitisNoEnsuring appropriate care is delivered in appropriate settings, Improving primary care for all populations
Medical Assistance with Smoking and Tobacco Use Cessation (3 components)NoEnsuring appropriate care is delivered in appropriate settings, Improving primary care for all populations
Comprehensive Diabetes Care: LDL-C ScreeningNoAddressing discrete health issues
Comprehensive Diabetes Care: Hemoglobin A1c TestingNoAddressing discrete health issues
PQI 01: Diabetes, Short term Complication Admission RateNoAddressing discrete health issues
PQI 05: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease or Asthma AdmissionNoAddressing discrete health issues
PQI 08: Congestive Heart Failure Admission RateNoAddressing discrete health issues
PQI 15: Adult Asthma Admission RateNoAddressing discrete health issues
Chlamydia Screening in Women ages 16-24NoImproving access to effective and timely care
Satisfaction with Care (CAHPS)YesAddressing patient satisfaction with health care
Ambulatory Care: Outpatient UtilizationYesEnsuring appropriate care is delivered in appropriate settings, Reducing preventable and unnecessarily costly utilization by super-users, Reducing preventable re-hospitalizations
Ambulatory Care: ED UtilizationYesEnsuring appropriate care is delivered in appropriate settings, Reducing preventable and unnecessarily costly utilization by super-users, Reducing preventable re-hospitalizations