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About Us
Department of Human Services Vision
Better outcomes for clients and communities through collaboration, integration and shared responsibility.
NOTE: The Oregon Health Fund Board (OHFB) has concluded it's work. The Board was staffed by the Office for Oregon Health Policy and Research (OHPR) within the Department of Human Services. Please use this website as a resource to health reform in Oregon. OHPR is now within the Oregon Health Authority. For current work, please visit the following websites:
Mission Statement
Department of Human Services Mission
Assisting people to become independent, healthy and safe.
Annual Performance Measures

Created by SB 329, the Oregon Health Fund Board was a 7 member board appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Oregon Senate. The Board was chartered with developing a comprehensive plan to ensure access to health care for Oregonians, contain health care costs, and address issues of quality in health care. The members of the Board brought valuable experience, knowledge and expertise in the areas of consumer advocacy, management, finance, labor and health care, and to represent the geographic and ethnic diversity of the state. The Board was assisted by six subcommittees on Federal issues, Financing, Delivery Reform, Benefits, Eligibility & Enrollment, and the Health Equities Committee, and two workgroups, the Exchange workgroup and the Quality Institute workgroup. The (HIIAC) Health Information Infrastructure Advisory Committee also provided recommendations to the board. 
Carol Robinson served as the Interim Executive Director of the Oregon Health Fund Board.