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OHLC was formed in 2008

OHLC accomplishments have included advancing clinical best practice through guidance and recommendations to address low value care, substance use disorder and opioid prescribing, and supporting the move toward telehealth. OHLC has also partnered to advance statewide adoption and spread of health technology solutions (EDIE Utility) to reduce avoidable emergency department utilization and hospital readmissions, prescriber access to the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP), and referral platforms to connect health care and social services organizations.

Watch our video below to hear from our leaders about our commitment to improving health outcomes for all Oregonians.

OHLC’s strategic focus areas encompass reducing healthcare costs, nurturing a robust workforce, and advancing whole-person care through targeted interventions and initiatives.

Care

OHLC and its members dedicate themselves to promoting care that addresses physical, behavioral, oral, and social health for all people in Oregon.

Our Care
Workforce

OHLC and members aim for top-notch healthcare, ensuring equitable distribution, accessibility, and skilled, motivated health workers. We empower a thriving workforce for effective coverage and quality care accessible to all Oregonians.

Our Workforce
Cost

OHLC delves into the intricacies of healthcare expenses, striving to comprehend, align with, and shape the factors driving rising costs in Oregon’s health landscape.

Our Cost

We align initiatives with strategic goals, emphasizing collaboration. From improving healthcare quality to connecting services, we’re dedicated to enhancing statewide healthcare for all the people of Oregon, fostering well-being and efficiency.

Partner Initiatives

Best Practice Committee

BPC comprises reps from Oregon medical groups, hospitals, health systems, plans, state agencies, and associations, with workgroups involving key stakeholders and experts from these organizations.

Best Practice

Connect Oregon

A statewide network of healthcare, human, and social service organizations addressing social needs for all people in Oregon.

Connect Oregon

Oregon VBP Compact

In Oregon’s effort to contain healthcare costs, payers and providers collaborate on value-based payment reform. The Oregon VBP Compact, jointly sponsored by the Oregon Health Authority and OHLC, boasts 63 signatories.

VBP Compact

HIT Commons is a public/private partnership designed to accelerate and advance health information technology adoption and use across the state, leverage public and private investments, and expand access to high value data sources.

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Contact Info

Oregon Health Leadership Council
11740 SW 68th, Suite 100,
Portland, OR 97223

info@ohlc.org

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