Oregon Enterprise Data Analytics produces evidence-based, actionable information through inter-agency research to improve the lives of Oregonians. Our projects focus on issues that touch multiple state agencies and require bringing together people and data from across the state.
Similar to states across the nation, Oregon has a growing need to analyze data pooled from across many agencies to improve program design, achieve outcomes, minimize risks, and find efficiencies. By using integrated data, OEDA produces research that helps align services with the needs of Oregonians—making sure they have access to the right services at the right time.
We value transparency, neutrality, and objectivity and believe there is intrinsic value in making government information available to the public. To ensure all people have access to the information we produce, each of our reports will be made available online.
Oregon Project Independence – Describing differences between Oregon Project Independence & Medicaid Long-Term Care consumers - September 28, 2016
This study seeks to improve our understanding of how enrollment in Oregon Project Independence (OPI) improves the independence of the Oregonians it serves. It includes profiles of OPI consumers and compares them with Medicaid Long-Term Care consumers. This study also investigates whether participation in OPI delays entry into Medicaid Long-Term Care and whether this program is cost-effective.
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