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Quality and Access by Metric


By Metric

The state is tracking 17 CCO incentive metrics and 16 additional state performance metrics that will help track progress towards Oregon’s goal of better health, better care and lower costs.

In this report for Oregon's Medicaid Transformation you will find how well coordinated care organizations did during calendar year 2015 on key metrics such as the rate of emergency department visits, patient-centered primary care home enrollment, and more. 

CCO Incentive Metrics by Measures

Click on a measure below to view data.

Measure Type
Access to care (CAHPS)Incentive, Performance, Core
Adolescent Well-care VisitsIncentive, Performance
Alcohol or Other Substance Misuse (SBIRT)Incentive, Performance, Core
Ambulatory Care: ED UtilizationIncentive, Performance, Core
Colorectal Cancer ScreeningIncentive, Performance
Controlling High Blood PressureIncentive, Performance
Dental sealants on permanent molars for childrenIncentive
Depression Screening and Follow-up PlanIncentive, Performance
Developmental Screening in the First 36 Months of LifeIncentive, Performance, Core
Diabetes: HbA1c Poor ControlIncentive, Performance
Effective contraceptive use among women at risk of unintended pregnancyIncentive
Electronic Health Record (EHR) AdoptionIncentive, Performance
Follow-up after Hospitalization for Mental IllnessIncentive, Performance, Core
Mental and Physical Health Assessment within 60 Days for Children in DHS CustodyIncentive, Core
Patient-centered Primary Care Home EnrollmentIncentive, Performance
Satisfaction with Care (CAHPS)Incentive, Performance, Core
Timeliness of Prenatal CareIncentive, Performance