Statewide Reports


Q Corp continually tracks Oregon performance on a number of quality, resource use and cost metrics. The table on the following page provides a snapshot of Oregon’s overall clinic performance. The table shows Oregon’s score for each measure compared to local and national benchmarks. It also includes information on the three year trend for each measure.

For the local benchmark, Q Corp calculates the Oregon Achievable Benchmark of Care (ABC), labeled Oregon’s Best Benchmark. This benchmark provides a method to identify performance levels already being achieved by “best-in-class” clinics within Oregon. “Best-in-class” is the calculated average of highest-performing Oregon clinics providing care to at least 10 percent of the patient population in the state.

The national benchmarks come from National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) HEDIS® (Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set). For each measure, the national mean and 90th percentile were calculated by weighting the 2016 HEDIS® benchmarks for each line of business based on the proportion of each population (Commercial, Medicaid and Medicare).

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Other Statewide Reports

2016 Statewide Snapshot

2015 Statewide Report

2014 Statewide Report

2013 Statewide Report

Low Back Pain: Utilization of Health Care Services in Oregon (baseline report, March 2013)

Low Back Pain: Utilization of Health Care Services in Oregon October 2013 (second edition)

2012 Statewide Report