Washington, D.C., June 17, 2016 – On June 17, Q Corp joined the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI), the Center for Healthcare Quality and Payment Reform (CHQPR) and 100 senior healthcare leaders from across the country to discuss eight barriers to successful health care payment reform.
Q Corp is pleased to announce the release of its second round of Clinic Comparison Reports. Earlier this month, reports were sent to 176 primary care clinics across the state.
On Friday, June 17, thanks to support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI) and the Center for Healthcare Quality and Payment Reform (CHQPR) will host 100 senior healthcare leaders from all over the country to tackle eight important issues related to payment reform.
Join Harold Miller and a collection of expert panelists for an innovative forum that will explore the potential cost impacts to employers, physicians and other stakeholders by changing our healthcare payment system.
Oregonians’ health will be improved if there is a public-private effort to overhaul the number and types of health care quality measures currently being collected, according to a white paper issued today by the Collaborative for Health Information Technology in Oregon (CHITO).
"Aligning Health Measurement in Oregon" is a result of two years of research by CHITO to study and develop recommendations around a proliferation of overlapping - and sometimes competing - state, federal, and commercial health care quality reporting initiatives and mandates.