Oregon's Health System Transformation 2014 Mid-Year Performance Report
Across Oregon, coordinated care organizations (CCOs) are working on a local level to transform the health care delivery system to bring better health, better care and lower costs to Oregonians. To provide status updates on the state’s progress towards these goals, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is publishing semi-annual reports showing quality and access data, financial data, and progress toward reaching benchmarks.
The state is tracking 17 CCO incentive metrics and 16 additional state performance metrics. It is also tracking financial data, displayed both by cost and by utilization. By using quality, access and financial metrics together, the state can determine whether CCOs are effectively and adequately improving care, making quality care accessible, eliminating health disparities, and controlling costs for the populations that they serve.
This report lays out how Oregon’s CCOs performed on quality measures from July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014. This is the fifth such report since coordinated care organizations were launched in 2012. It is also the first report to include data on some key measures for the more than 380,000 additional Oregonians who have enrolled in the Oregon Health Plan since the Affordable Care Act (ACA) took effect January 1, 2014.
To view quality and access data, financial data, or new ACA population data, click on the links to the right.
Health System Transformation 2014 Mid-Year Report, Executive Summary
Updates to this report