About the Office of Health Analytics
The Office of Health Analytics provides reports and recommendations so that OHA leadership, the Governor, and the Legislature can better understand and improve upon the performance of OHA programs and the quality of Oregon’s health system as a whole. Health Analytics:
- Collects and analyzes data to inform policy development, program implementation, and system evaluation;
- Collaborates with professional researchers to develop a body of knowledge that can be used to help lower and contain costs, improve quality, and increase access to health care in order to improve the lifelong health of Oregonians; and
- Provides important information that individuals can use to help inform their care decisions.
Health Analytics’ primary role is:
- To be the single point of accountability for continual improvement of health analytics coordination and data integration across OHA and DHS programs;
- To develop analyses, data strategies, and monitoring tools to assess the performance of OHA programs; and
- To support OHA policy development, implementation, and evaluation.
Jon Collins, Ph.D., Director
The Data Integration Unit works within Health Analytics to provide data governance, privacy and security, works with data requests and access; transparency and reporting; data strategy and integration, and data systems and infrastructure.
Chris Coon, Manager
Program Analysis and Measurement
The Program Analysis and Measurement Unit collects and analyzes health care claims, survey, and program data to support Medicaid and Behavioral Health programs and policy.
Geralyn Brennan, MPH, Manager
Research and Data
The Research and Data Unit collects and analyzes financial, administrative and survey data pertaining to the health care workforce and system, as well as health insurance coverage, to inform health care policy and evaluation within Oregon and beyond.
Stacey Schubert, MPH, Manager
The Metrics Unit develops measure specifications and produces regular reports on CCO incentive metrics, state performance metrics, and other measure sets that will help track health system transformation in Oregon.
Valerie Stewart, Ph.D., Manager