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Office of Health Analytics

Overview

The Office of Health Analytics is a single point of accountability for continual improvement of health analytics coordination and data integration across the Oregon Health Authority and Department of Human Services programs. The Office provides reports and recommendations so that OHA leadership, the Governor, and the Legislature can better understand and improve upon the performance OHA programs and the quality of Oregon's health system as a whole.

Learn more about the Office of Health Analytics 

Recent Updates

  
2016 Hospital Payment Report
2017 OHIS Early Release Results
2018 Primary Care Spending in Oregon, Report to the Legislature
Appendix - 2018 Primary Care Spending in Oregon, Report to the Legislature
CCO Metrics 2017 Final Report
CCO Metrics 2017 Mid-Year Deeper Dive
Community Benefit Report FY 2016
Health System Transformation Legislative Report: Q2 2017
Health System Transformation Quarterly Legislative Report Q4 2016
Hospital Transformation Performance Program Year 4 Report
Oral Health in Oregon's CCOs: A Metrics Report
Summative Waiver Evaluation Final Report

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OHA Program Data

Medicaid/OHP Data & Reports

  
OHP Data & Reports
OHP Rate Development
Medicaid BRFSS


Addictions and Mental Health

  
AMH Reports and Data
Behavioral Health Mapping

Metrics

  
CCO Performance Reports
CCO Incentive Metrics
Hospital Incentive Metrics


Data Request Forms

  
General Data Request
APAC Request for Public Use Data Files
APAC Research Application for Limited Data Sets

Research & Data

  
All Payer All Claims
CAHPS Banner Books
Evaluations
Health Care Workforce Reporting
Hospital Reporting
Mental Health Statistics Improvement Program Survey
Oregon Health Insurance Coverage
Physician Workforce Survey

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