Publications

Use the drop-down list below to browse our reports, articles, white papers and other publications.

Use of claims data to estimate annual cervical cancer screening percentages in Portland metropolitan area, OregonExternal Link

Publication December 5, 2016
Cancer Epidemiology Journal
Nasreen Abdullah, Robert S. Laing, Susan Hariri, Collette M. Young, & Sean Schafer published a study using Q Corp claims data on how to estimate the percentage of women in a geographic population that have had cervical cancer screening. Their nfindings introduces a novel method to estimate population-level cervical cancer screening. Overall, the percentage of women screened in Portland, Oregon fell following changes in screening recommendations released in 2009 and later modified in 2012.

Filed In:

  • Measurement and Reporting

Equity Atlas Toolkit External Link

Publication August 3, 2016
This toolkit is intended to support communities in creating equity atlas projects by providing an overview of the equity atlas development process along with sample materials and links to helpful resources. An equity atlas is a tool that enables us to understand how well different neighborhoods and populations are able to access the resources and opportunities necessary for meeting their basic needs and advancing their health and well-being.

Filed In:

  • Other

Aligning Health Measurement in OregonExternal Link

Publication August 3, 2016
CHITO
"Aligning Health Measurement in Oregon" is a new whitepaper that was completed as a result of two years of research by CHITO to study and develop recommendations around proliferation of a overlapping - and sometimes competing - state, federal, and commercial health care quality reporting initiatives and mandates. The whitepaper provides a pared-down, simplified approach to health measurement in Oregon.

Filed In:

  • Measurement and Reporting

Engaging Patients in Improving Ambulatory CareExternal Link

Publication January 30, 2014
AF4Q
This toolkit showcases how primary care practices are involving patients in quality improvement efforts as part of Aligning Forces for Quality, including resources developed through Q Corp's Patients and Families as Leaders program.

Filed In:

  • Consumer Engagement

Achieving Excellence in Healthcare Through Patient EngagementPDF Link

Publication October 31, 2013
Q Corp
On October 14, 2013 Q Corp, CareOregon, PeaceHealth Medical Group and Providence Medical Group co-hosted a daylong event highlighting patient engagement initiatives in Oregon. This document includes graphic recordings of the presentations and discussions at the event.

Filed In:

  • Community Convenings
  • Consumer Engagement

My Personal Health RecordPDF Link

Publication September 28, 2011
Lane County Transitional Care Collaborative
This version of the Personal Health Record was based on a component of the Care Transitions Intervention developed by the University of Colorado at Denver. It is standardized and not intended to be modified. Patients and their care providers should complete the PHR together.

Filed In:

  • Hospital Collaboratives

My Personal Health Record: Booklet Assembly InstructionsPDF Link

Publication September 28, 2011
Lane County Transitional Care Collaborative
Booklet assembly instructions accompany the Personal Health Record developed by the Lane County Transitional Care Collaborative.

Filed In:

  • Hospital Collaboratives

CareOregon Annual ReportPDF Link

Publication August 1, 2011
CareOregon
A 2010 annual report on CareOregon's key contributions to health care transformation.

Filed In:

  • Consumer Engagement

Health Literacy Universal Precautions ToolkitExternal Link

Publication April 7, 2011
AHRQ
This resource was presented at the Oregon Transitional Care Collaborative's learning session. Sponsored by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, this extensive toolkit provides step-by-step guidance for assessing your practice and making changes so that you connect with patients and caregivers at all literacy levels.

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  • Community Convenings
  • Consumer Engagement
  • Hospital Collaboratives

Advancing the Practice of Patient- and Family-Centered Care in Primary Care and Other Ambulatory SettingsExternal Link

Publication April 7, 2011
IPFCC
This resource was presented at the Oregon Transitional Care Collaborative's learning session. Developed by the Institute for Patient and Family Centered Care, this resource includes a section called “Where Do We Stand?” that you can use to assess how well patient and family-centered approaches are embedded in your organization’s culture.

Filed In:

  • Community Convenings
  • Consumer Engagement
  • Hospital Collaboratives

Partnering with Patients and Families to Enhance Safety and Quality: A Mini ToolkitExternal Link

Publication April 7, 2011
IPFCC
This resource was presented at the Oregon Transitional Care Collaborative's learning session. Developed by the Institute for Patient and Family Centered Care, this toolkit will walk you through the processes of recruiting and involving patients and family members in your quality improvement efforts.

Filed In:

  • Community Convenings
  • Consumer Engagement
  • Hospital Collaboratives