Publications

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Oregon Electronic Health Record Survey, Ambulatory Practices and Clinics, Fall 2006PDF Link

Publication November 11, 2007
Metropolitan Portland Health Information Exchange
In 2006, the Oregon Business Council's Leadership Group on Data Exchange (OBC) commissioned a team among the regional stakeholder organizations and Q Corp to study options for building a financially sustainable approach to a community-wide health information exchange among providers and locations of care. This document outlines the results of the electronic health record survey administered in 2006.

Filed In:

  • Health Information Exchange

Metropolitan Portland Health Information Exchange: Metropolitan Healthcare EnvironmentPDF Link

Publication October 31, 2007
Metropolitan Portland Health Information Exchange
In 2006, the Oregon Business Council's Leadership Group on Data Exchange (OBC) commissioned a team among the regional stakeholder organizations and Q Corp to study options for building a financially sustainable approach to a community-wide health information exchange among providers and locations of care. This document describes the healthcare environment in the Portland metropolitan area.

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  • Health Information Exchange

Metropolitan Portland Health Information Exchange Vendor Terms and ConditionsPDF Link

Publication October 31, 2007
Metropolitan Portland Health Information Exchange
In 2006, the Oregon Business Council's Leadership Group on Data Exchange (OBC) commissioned a team among the regional stakeholder organizations and Q Corp to study options for building a financially sustainable approach to a community-wide health information exchange among providers and locations of care. This document outlines the terms and conditions for the technology services to support the MPHIE as well the contract issued to the chosen bidder.

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  • Health Information Exchange

Metropolitan Portland Health Information Exchange Participant AgreementPDF Link

Publication October 31, 2007
Metropolitan Portland Health Information Exchange
In 2006, the Oregon Business Council's Leadership Group on Data Exchange (OBC) commissioned a team among the regional stakeholder organizations and Q Corp to study options for building a financially sustainable approach to a community-wide health information exchange among providers and locations of care. This was the agreement for each organization participating (data provider and/or data recipient) in the MPHIE.

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  • Health Information Exchange

Metropolitan Portland Health Information Exchange Business PlanPDF Link

Publication October 31, 2007
Metropolitan Portland Health Information Exchange
In 2006, the Oregon Business Council's Leadership Group on Data Exchange (OBC) commissioned a team among the regional stakeholder organizations and Q Corp to study options for building a financially sustainable approach to a community-wide health information exchange among providers and locations of care. This is the business plan of the project.

Filed In:

  • Health Information Exchange

Oregon HISPC Project: Consumer Engagement Project Final ReportPDF Link

Publication October 15, 2007
Q Corp
The Oregon HISPC Project was a collaborative effort of the Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation and the Office for Oregon Health Policy and Research to keep Oregonians health information private and secure in the move towards the electronic exchange of health information. Within the broad arena of health information exchange (HIE) the Oregon Health Information Security and Privacy Collaboration (HISPC) explored the issues of privacy and security.

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  • Health Information Exchange

Potential Impact of Widespread Adoption of Advanced Health Information Technologies on Oregon Health ExpendituresPDF Link

Publication September 30, 2007
Q Corp
A study quantifying the potential impact of the widespread adoption of advanced technologies such as electronic health records (EHR) on Oregon’s health expenditures. The estimate is based on published nation-wide models of the potential savings and costs that may be expected from the adoption of advanced health information technologies.

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  • Health Information Exchange