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Health Evidence: Our Role

The Health Evidence Review Commission reviews medical evidence in order to prioritize health spending in the Oregon Health Plan and to promote evidence​-based medical practice statewide through comparative effectiveness reports, including Coverage Guidances, health technology assessments and evidence-based practice guidelines. The commission uses a transparent public process to ensure that its decisions are made in the best interest of patients and taxpayers while considering input from providers and members of the public, including those affected by the conditions discussed.




  • April 1, 2014 Prioritized List

    HERC published the April 1, 2014 Prioritized List of Health Services. Change notification to legislative leadership.


  • Upcoming Meetings

    The Commission holds public meetings most months.



  
Current Prioritized List
New Cancer Treatment Guideline
Past Prioritized Lists
Pending Prioritized Lists

 
 
 
  
Behavior Analysis for Autism
Completed Guidances
Coverage Guidances
Current Topics for Coverage Guidances
Potential Topics for Coverage Guidances
Topics Open for Comment

 
 
 
  
Check here for upcoming meetings
Evidence-based Guidelines Subcommittee Archives
Health Evidence Review Commission Archives
Health Technology Assessment Subcommittee Archives
Value-based Benefits Subcommittee Archives

 
 
 
  
Get Involved!
Policy for Testimony and Guidelines for Speakers & Presenters
Prioritized List Placement, Topic Review
News & Information