Every year, the Oregon Health Authority uses quality health metrics to measure how well Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs) are improving care, making quality care more accessible, and reducing health care costs. Each year these metrics change, but they always aim to address the Triple Aim of better health, better care at lower costs. To see the changes for 2020 CCO incentive measures, click here.
“UHA’s mission works to achieve health equity for all population groups by allocating resources towards designing policies and programs to create greater social justice in health.”
What’s the difference between a health disparity and health inequity? Click here for more information about health equity, and how you can incorporate it into your practice.