The Health Plan Quality Metrics Committee was established by Senate Bill 440 (2015) to identify health outcome and quality measures that may be applied to services provided by coordinated care organizations or paid for by health benefit plans sold though the health insurance exchange or offered by the Oregon Educators Benefit Board or the Public Employees’ Benefit Board.
The committee will be the single body to align health outcome and quality measures used in Oregon to ensure that the measures and requirements are coordinated, evidence-based, and focused on a long-term statewide vision. Committee members are appointed by the governor.
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Committee Membership Opportunity
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is currently accepting applications to participate in two of its health metrics committees: the Health Plan Quality Metrics Committee (HPQMC), and the CCO Metrics and Scoring Committee (MSC). We are especially interested in candidates with experience in health equity promotion, behavioral health, issues of health care cost containment, and health care quality measurement.
Committee Application Form
Applications are due by 5pm on Tuesday, April 9, 2019. The attached application should include a resume or a brief biographical sketch.
- The HPQMC is seeking three new members for terms beginning in May 2019: (a) health care provider; (b) member representing large employer or multiple employer arrangements; and (c) Health Care Consumer.
- The MSC is seeking two members for terms beginning in August 2019: (a) health quality measurement expert and (b) member‐at‐large.
- For both committees, members serve initial two‐year terms and may be re‐appointed for two additional one‐year terms, for a total of four years on the Committee.
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