Committees

The Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation engages all stakeholders in its work to improve the quality and affordability of health care in Oregon. Q Corp’s Board of Directors includes senior representatives of state agencies, health plans, hospitals, employers and consumer and medical groups. Q Corp’s subcommittees include over 150 volunteers who bring their expertise and perspectives to this work.

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors provides vision and oversight of projects, advocates for the organization among community stakeholders, approves the budget and assures sound financial policies and processes and addresses barriers to the organization’s mission and vision.

Executive Committee

The Executive Committee meets every two months in the interim between full board meetings.

Finance Committee

The Finance Committee provides financial oversight to the organization and makes recommendations to the board regarding financial policy and operations.

Audit Committee

The Audit Committee works with the outside auditor as an independent representative of Q Corp. The committee approves and meets with the auditor, reviews financial statements, communicates concerns and findings to the board, and reviews auditor performance.

Cost of Care Steering Committee

The Cost of Care Steering Committee's charge is to guide Q Corp on implementing cost of care and payment reform products and services, and to inform the development of new related products and services.

Governance & Leadership Committee

The Governance & Leadership Committee manages board development and ensures that the board is responsive to Q Corp's needs. The committee nominates and supports new board members and recommends and develops the organizational structure of Q Corp's board and committees in alignment with the strategic plan.

Measurement & Reporting Committee

The Measurement & Reporting Committee provides technical direction and coordination of partners for Q Corp’s measurement and reporting work. The committee’s responsibilities include soliciting input from all stakeholders and recommending measurement sets, data collection policies and processes, data sharing agreements and terms, reporting formats, and data releases.