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Oregon HISPC Project: Oregon Variations Solution Report Final PDF Link

Publication March 30, 2007
HISPC
This is the final assessment and report on 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.

Filed In:

  • Health Information Exchange

Oregon HISPC Project: Privacy Best PracticesPDF Link

Publication February 21, 2007
HISPC
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.

Filed In:

  • Health Information Exchange

Oregon HISPC Project: Security Best PracticesPDF Link

Publication February 20, 2007
HISPC
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.

Filed In:

  • Health Information Exchange

Oregon HISPC Project: Critical Issues Summary DocumentPDF Link

Publication December 18, 2006
HISPC
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.

Filed In:

  • Health Information Exchange

Oregon Health Information Exchange Options PDF Link

Publication May 16, 2006
Q Corp
A study and review of 19 options for building a financially sustainable approach to a community-wide health information exchange by a team commissioned by the Oregon Business Council’s Leadership Group on Data Exchange and staffed by the Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation.

Filed In:

  • Health Information Exchange

Data Clearinghouse Pilot Project: Clearinghouse Definitions and Inclusion CriteriaPDF Link

Publication September 15, 2005
Q Corp
In 2005 the Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation paired with the Oregon Asthma Network and Oregon Diabetes Coalition to pilot efforts to build the capacity and connectivity in Oregon that is needed to support high-quality, cost-effective care for people with chronic conditions. This partnership tackled the task of creating and sustaining a tracking system to manage care at the point of service in order to support an on-going partnership between patients and their providers.

Filed In:

  • Measurement and Reporting

Data Clearinghouse Pilot Project: Evaluation AssessmentPDF Link

Publication September 15, 2005
Q Corp
In 2005 the Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation paired with the Oregon Asthma Network and Oregon Diabetes Coalition to pilot efforts to build the capacity and connectivity in Oregon that is needed to support high-quality, cost-effective care for people with chronic conditions. This partnership tackled the task of creating and sustaining a tracking system to manage care at the point of service in order to support an on-going partnership between patients and their providers.

Filed In:

  • Measurement and Reporting

Data Clearinghouse Pilot Project: Asthma Tracking Grants ReportPDF Link

Publication September 15, 2005
Q Corp
In 2005 the Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation paired with the Oregon Asthma Network and Oregon Diabetes Coalition to pilot efforts to build the capacity and connectivity in Oregon that is needed to support high-quality, cost-effective care for people with chronic conditions. This partnership tackled the task of creating and sustaining a tracking system to manage care at the point of service in order to support an on-going partnership between patients and their providers.

Filed In:

  • Measurement and Reporting

Data Clearinghouse Pilot Project: Summary and RecommendationsPDF Link

Publication September 15, 2005
Q Corp
In 2005 the Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation paired with the Oregon Asthma Network and Oregon Diabetes Coalition to pilot efforts to build the capacity and connectivity in Oregon that is needed to support high-quality, cost-effective care for people with chronic conditions. This partnership tackled the task of creating and sustaining a tracking system to manage care at the point of service in order to support an on-going partnership between patients and their providers.

Filed In:

  • Measurement and Reporting

Data Clearinghouse Pilot Project: Pilot HighlightsPDF Link

Publication September 15, 2005
Q Corp
In 2005 the Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation paired with the Oregon Asthma Network and Oregon Diabetes Coalition to pilot efforts to build the capacity and connectivity in Oregon that is needed to support high-quality, cost-effective care for people with chronic conditions. This partnership tackled the task of creating and sustaining a tracking system to manage care at the point of service in order to support an on-going partnership between patients and their providers.

Filed In:

  • Measurement and Reporting

Data Clearinghouse Pilot Project: Clearinghouse Vendor ReportPDF Link

Publication August 19, 2005
Q Corp
In 2005 the Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation paired with the Oregon Asthma Network and Oregon Diabetes Coalition to pilot efforts to build the capacity and connectivity in Oregon that is needed to support high-quality, cost-effective care for people with chronic conditions. This partnership tackled the task of creating and sustaining a tracking system to manage care at the point of service in order to support an on-going partnership between patients and their providers.

Filed In:

  • Measurement and Reporting

Data Clearinghouse Pilot Project: Providers' Response to ReportsPDF Link

Publication April 25, 2005
Q Corp
In 2005 the Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation paired with the Oregon Asthma Network and Oregon Diabetes Coalition to pilot efforts to build the capacity and connectivity in Oregon that is needed to support high-quality, cost-effective care for people with chronic conditions. This partnership tackled the task of creating and sustaining a tracking system to manage care at the point of service in order to support an on-going partnership between patients and their providers.

Filed In:

  • Measurement and Reporting

Data Clearinghouse Pilot Project: Sample Asthma ReportsPDF Link

Publication December 8, 2004
Q Corp
In 2005 the Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation paired with the Oregon Asthma Network and Oregon Diabetes Coalition to pilot efforts to build the capacity and connectivity in Oregon that is needed to support high-quality, cost-effective care for people with chronic conditions. This partnership tackled the task of creating and sustaining a tracking system to manage care at the point of service in order to support an on-going partnership between patients and their providers.

Filed In:

  • Measurement and Reporting

Data Clearinghouse Pilot Project: Sample Diabetes ReportPDF Link

Publication December 2, 2004
Q Corp
In 2005 the Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation paired with the Oregon Asthma Network and Oregon Diabetes Coalition to pilot efforts to build the capacity and connectivity in Oregon that is needed to support high-quality, cost-effective care for people with chronic conditions. This partnership tackled the task of creating and sustaining a tracking system to manage care at the point of service in order to support an on-going partnership between patients and their providers.

Filed In:

  • Measurement and Reporting