As Data Drives Payments to Hospitals, CCOs, Policymakers Ask for Deeper Look at Equity
Policymakers are reviewing how Oregon Health Authority data has been used to financially reward hospitals and coordinated care organizations, what the data says about progress being made to improve health and hold down costs, and which groups are being left behind.
Members of the Oregon Health Policy Board are asking the Office of Health Analytics to put race and other indicators of equity gaps in regular reports on coordinated care organization performance.
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