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Comprehensive Primary Care (CPC+) Practice Application Info Session

Webinar August 11, 2016
Q Corp

Oregon has been selected as one of fourteen regions to take part in the CPC+ initiative that will start on January 1, 2017. Practice applications for CPC+ are now open on the online portal through September 15, 2016. The CMS website has practice application questions, along with additional important information for practices and vendors regarding Health IT requirements (Appendix B and C from the original RFA).

Filed In:

  • Payment Reform

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.

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  • 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

Data Sharing: Accelerating and Aligning Population-Based Payment ModelsExternal Link

Presentation May 24, 2016
Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network (LAN)
This slide deck from the Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network presentation on April 26, 2016 is helpful in understanding an overview of the Population-Based Payment Work Group’s preliminary recommendations related to sharing data within a population-based payment model, and share stakeholders' perspectives for implementation of draft recommendations.

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  • Payment Reform

Understanding ACEs and Resiliency for Better Health Care

Webinar April 5, 2016
PCPCI

This webinar will draw from the ACE Study findings as well as promising clinical practice to explore how ACEs and Resiliency impact individual and family well-being. Participants will learn how some practices are screening, identifying, and addressing ACEs and Resilience among their patient populations.

Institute Resources Orientation

Webinar March 29, 2016
PCPCI

PCPCI Please join Q Corp staff for a monthly orientation to the resources available to primary care practices and other stakeholders through the Patient-Centered Primary Care Institute. This 30 minute orientation is limited to up to 20 participants each session, and is an ideal welcome for people who are new to their positions within primary care transformation.

Orientations are held the last Tuesday of every month. To register yourself or someone else within your organization email [email protected] with the following information: 

Exploring Comprehensive Diabetes Prevention and Care in Oregon

Webinar March 16, 2016
PCPCI

The National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) is an evidence based lifestyle change program that has demonstrated the ability to reduce the risk for transitioning from prediabetes to type 2 diabetes by 58%.  In order to meet the needs of the 86 million Americans with prediabetes we need all hands on deck!

Metric Monday - Exploring the Chlamydia Screening Metric

Webinar February 1, 2016
Q Corp

This webinar is the first installment in a series of Metric Monday webinars hosted by Q Corp! The focus of this Metric Monday webinar will be the CCO quality metric, chlamydia screening in women ages 16-24. This webinar will provide an in-depth review of the measure and the screening data from 2015.

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  • Measurement and Reporting

Alternative Payment Model White PaperExternal Link

Publication January 12, 2016
Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network
The National Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network Alternative Payment Models Framework and Progress Tracking Work Group was charged with creating an Alternative Payment Model (APM) Framework that could be used to track progress towards payment reform. Composed of diverse health care stakeholders, the Work Group deliberated and reached consensus on many critical issues related to the classification of APMs, resulting in a rationale and a pathway for payment reform.

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  • Payment Reform