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Health Plans Spend $1,000 More Per Patient Depending On RegionExternal Link

News January 26, 2017
Forbes Magazine
Heath spending by U.S. commercial insurers can vary by $1,000 or more per year per patient, depending on where enrollees live, according to a new analysis. The recent report by the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI) looked at the total cost of care tied to a physician’s practice on the treatment a patient receives. The network’s analysis examined 2014 data from five regions: Maryland, Minnesota, Oregon, St. Louis and Utah, where stakeholders agreed to submit data.

Q Corp Staff Presenting at CCO Oregon 2016 Cost of Care Conference

Announcements November 15, 2016

Join Q Corp staff members Meredith Roberts Tomasi and Douglas Rupp at CCO Oregon's Winter Conference in Salem, Oregon on Tuesday, December 13th. The conference will be held at the Salem Convention Center from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. 

Announcing the Behavioral Health Integration Resource Library

Announcements September 29, 2016

The Patient-Centered Primary Care Institute, in partnership with the Oregon Health Authority’s Transformation Center, are proud to announce the launch of the Behavioral Health Integration Resource Library. In addition to the great resources the Institute already offers, the BH Resource Library is a comprehensive repository for information, tools, and examples of integrated care solutions - including virtual clinic visits, expert interview videos, webinars, toolkits, screeners, checklists, and more.

Q Corp Selects a New Data Partner

Announcements September 9, 2016

Q Corp is excited to announce it has selected a new data partner to support its Data Collaborative. Onpoint Health Data, a Portland, Maine-based nonprofit with 30 years of experience working with large health care datasets, and Q Corp are partnering to deliver the next generation of health care data for Oregonians.

NRHI Releases "Roots" Anthology

Announcements August 30, 2016

The Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI) recently released their “Roots” Anthology; a compilation of individual histories, areas of expertise and highlights of how each RHIC is advancing the transformation of health and health care.