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Leading the Way: Patients and Families as Leaders in Healthcare Transformation Conference: The Neuroscience of LeadershipPDF Link

Resource January 19, 2012
Q Corp
In January 2012, Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation brought together health care professionals, community leaders, patients/families, community foundations and administrators to discuss the accomplishments and lessons learned of the five pilot organizations chosen to take part in the Patients and Families as Leaders Learning Network program. Attendees also shared national best practices related to patient- and family-centered care and discussed how to keep the efforts going in Oregon.

Filed In:

  • Community Convenings
  • Consumer Engagement

Leading the Way: Patients and Families as Leaders in Healthcare Transformation Conference: Presentation by Bev Johnson: Oregon Proven PracticesPDF Link

Presentation January 19, 2012
Q Corp
In January 2012, Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation brought together health care professionals, community leaders, patients/families, community foundations and administrators to discuss the accomplishments and lessons learned of the five pilot organizations chosen to take part in the Patients and Families as Leaders Learning Network program. Attendees also shared national best practices related to patient- and family-centered care and discussed how to keep the efforts going in Oregon.

Filed In:

  • Community Convenings
  • Consumer Engagement

Leading the Way: Patients and Families as Leaders in Healthcare Transformation Conference: Presentation by Cindy KlugPDF Link

Presentation January 19, 2012
Q Corp
In January 2012, Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation brought together health care professionals, community leaders, patients/families, community foundations and administrators to discuss the accomplishments and lessons learned of the five pilot organizations chosen to take part in the Patients and Families as Leaders Learning Network program. Attendees also shared national best practices related to patient- and family-centered care and discussed how to keep the efforts going in Oregon.

Filed In:

  • Community Convenings
  • Consumer Engagement

Leading the Way: Patients and Families as Leaders in Healthcare Transformation Conference: Call to ActionPDF Link

Resource January 19, 2012
Q Corp
In January 2012, Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation brought together health care professionals, community leaders, patients/families, community foundations and administrators to discuss the accomplishments and lessons learned of the five pilot organizations chosen to take part in the Patients and Families as Leaders Learning Network program. Attendees also shared national best practices related to patient- and family-centered care and discussed how to keep the efforts going in Oregon.

Filed In:

  • Community Convenings
  • Consumer Engagement

Leading the Way: Patients and Families as Leaders in Healthcare Transformation Conference: PAFL Summary DocumentPDF Link

Resource January 19, 2012
Q Corp
In January 2012, Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation brought together health care professionals, community leaders, patients/families, community foundations and administrators to discuss the accomplishments and lessons learned of the five pilot organizations chosen to take part in the Patients and Families as Leaders Learning Network program. Attendees also shared national best practices related to patient- and family-centered care and discussed how to keep the efforts going in Oregon.

Filed In:

  • Community Convenings
  • Consumer Engagement

Leading the Way: Patients and Families as Leaders in Healthcare Transformation Conference Speaker BiosPDF Link

Resource January 19, 2012
Q Corp
In January 2012, Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation brought together health care professionals, community leaders, patients/families, community foundations and administrators to discuss the accomplishments and lessons learned of the five pilot organizations chosen to take part in the Patients and Families as Leaders Learning Network program. Attendees also shared national best practices related to patient- and family-centered care and discussed how to keep the efforts going in Oregon.

Filed In:

  • Community Convenings
  • Consumer Engagement

Leading the Way: Patients and Families as Leaders in Healthcare Transformation Conference AgendaPDF Link

Resource January 19, 2012
Q Corp
In January 2012, Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation brought together health care professionals, community leaders, patients/families, community foundations and administrators to discuss the accomplishments and lessons learned of the five pilot organizations chosen to take part in the Patients and Families as Leaders Learning Network program. Attendees also shared national best practices related to patient- and family-centered care and discussed how to keep the efforts going in Oregon.

Filed In:

  • Community Convenings
  • Consumer Engagement

Using Quality Reports to Improve Health Care

Webinar January 10, 2012
Q Corp

Q Corp webinar for providers and medical group managers interested in learning more about data and reports available over the Q Corp secure provider portal. In this webinar, take a tour of the secure portal, including how to access information, run reports and review data. 

Filed In:

  • Measurement and Reporting

Collecting Patient Race and Ethnicity Data: A Voluntary Standard for OregonPDF Link

Report November 16, 2011
Q Corp
The Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation worked with many groups in Oregon to draft a voluntary standard for collecting race and ethnicity data in order to help eliminate disparities and achieve high quality health care for all. This is the voluntary standard report that resulted from the collaboration of Q Corp, Oregon Office of Health Policy and Research, Oregon Safety Net Advisory Council and Oregon Association of Hospitals and Health Systems.

Filed In:

  • Reducing Disparities

Leading with Data - Diane WaldoExternal Link

Video October 4, 2011
Q Corp
On October 4, 2011, the Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation held its Reducing Readmissions in Oregon conference. Diane Waldo, MBA, BSN, RN, CPHQ, CPHRM, LNCC of the Oregon Association of Hospitals and Health Systems presented data on Oregon hospital readmissions.

Filed In:

  • Community Convenings
  • Hospital Readmissions

Leading with Data - Devan KansagaraExternal Link

Video October 4, 2011
Q Corp
On October 4, 2011, the Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation held its Reducing Readmissions in Oregon conference. Devan Kansagara, MD, of OHSU gave a presentation on predicting the risk of readmission.

Filed In:

  • Community Convenings
  • Hospital Readmissions

Leading with Data - Stacy MoritzExternal Link

Video October 4, 2011
Q Corp
On October 4, 2011, the Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation held its Reducing Readmissions in Oregon conference. Stacy Moritz, RN, MBA of Acumentra Health presented information on 30 day readmission rates in Oregon.

Filed In:

  • Community Convenings
  • Hospital Readmissions

Perceptions of Care - Steve KinderExternal Link

Video October 4, 2011
Q Corp
On October 4, 2011, the Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation held its Reducing Readmissions in Oregon conference. Steve Kinder, program manager at Quality Corp, presented information on the perceptions of care.

Filed In:

  • Community Convenings
  • Hospital Readmissions

Predicting the Risk of Readmission: Easier Said Than Done - Devan Kansagara, MDPDF Link

Presentation October 4, 2011
Q Corp
On October 4, 2011, Q Corp held its Reducing Readmissions in Oregon conference, providing a forum for health care experts and stakeholders to collaborate on activities aimed at preventing avoidable hospital admissions and readmissions, improving the transitions of care between home and all care settings, providing relevant ongoing data to all stakeholders and improving the quality and affordability of care in Oregon. Devan Kansagara, MD, of Oregon Health Sciences University, presented.

Filed In:

  • Community Convenings
  • Hospital Readmissions

Dartmouth Atlas Report on Post-Acute Care - David Shute, MDPDF Link

Presentation October 4, 2011
Q Corp
On October 4, 2011, Q Corp held its Reducing Readmissions in Oregon conference, providing a forum for health care experts and stakeholders to collaborate on activities aimed at preventing avoidable hospital admissions and readmissions, improving the transitions of care between home and all care settings, providing relevant ongoing data to all stakeholders and improving the quality and affordability of care in Oregon. David Shute, MD, presented.

Filed In:

  • Community Convenings
  • Hospital Readmissions