Mail Tribune article discusses the Oregon-based guideline for low back pain, developed in partnership by Q Corp, Oregon Health Authority, Center for Evidence-based Policy at OHSU, and Oregon Health Leadership Council.
An article in The Bulletin talks about how the new guidelines for low back pain can help decrease unnecessary health care use. The web version of the article includes links to more resources, including Q Corp's online quiz.
In May 2011 Q Corp was selected to participate in the third phase of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Aligning Forces for Quality program. An article in The Oregonian talks about how the next phase will help improve health care in Oregon.
Q Corp's 2011 statewide report shows that less than 40 percent of eligible young women receive a Chlamydia screening. An article in The Bulletin discusses the issues, including resources for getting screened.