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The Oregon Health Authority regularly convenes clinical leadership from the state's coordinated care organizations (CCOs) to coordinate and lead quality improvement efforts supporting implementation of innovative health care practices. Ongoing development of CCO leadership and community partners is provided through learning collaboratives. These collaboratives provide peer-to-peer learning experiences, subject matter expert education, and quality improvement strategies.
The Quality and Health Outcomes Committee's (QHOC) primary goal is coordinating clinical community efforts towards achieving the Triple Aim of better health, better care, and lower costs. The committee carries this out through:
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