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Information for a Healthy Oregon: 2012 Statewide ReportPDF Link

Report July 18, 2012
Q Corp
Q Corp's annual statewide report on health care quality and utilization. Among the findings from the 2012 report, one in six emergency department visits for children in Oregon are potentially avoidable. Of those potentially avoidable visits, over 90 percent result from eight common conditions, such as ear infections and colds. The report also reveals that potentially avoidable hospital admissions vary by county by more than six fold.

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  • Measurement and Reporting

CareOregon Member Advisory Council OverviewPDF Link

Presentation February 8, 2012
CareOregon
This presentation provides an overview of how the CareOregon Member Advisory Council was formed, the purpose it serves, the members that form the council, and their vision for the future.

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  • Consumer Engagement

CareOregon Member Advisory Council UpdatePDF Link

Presentation February 1, 2012
CareOregon
This presentation touches on the role of the Member Advisory Council in engaging patients and families as leaders in health care transformation, contributions the council had made and their vision for the future. It also highlights the Member Advisory Council's work plan, goals and metrics.

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  • Consumer Engagement

Providence Patient and Family Advisory Council OverviewPDF Link

Presentation February 1, 2012
Providence Medical Group
Program Coordinator Angela Mitchell presented on the role of the Providence Medical Group's Patient and Family Advisory Council, including contributions the council made, projects that were currently in progress and provided further recommendations for patient and family advisor roles.

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  • Consumer Engagement

Providence Patient and Family Advisory Council StoryPDF Link

Presentation February 1, 2012
Providence Medical Group
This presentation covers the steps Providence Medical Group (PMG) took to develop their Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC). It addresses everything from recruitment of advisors, to developing a team, to the different projects they worked on, how they were engaged in leadership meetings, contributions they had made to patient and family centered care, and projects planned for the future.

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  • Consumer Engagement