SAVE THE DATE: Oregon HPV Summit flyer
In November 2017, the sponsoring organizations of the Oregon ECHO Network met to discuss the charter and mission of the network. See the complete article here.
Melinda Davis, PhD and Gloria Coronado, PhD will host an interactive, web-based learning collaborative on evidence-based approaches to increase Colorectal Cancer Screening. This opportunity is open to CCOs and their clinic partners. Participants will have the opportunity to request additional technical assistance support from CRC screening experts. Information about this opportunity and application for participation can be found here.
At the July 2017 NAPCRG conference ORPRN Director of Community-engaged Research, Melinda Davis, Ph.D. gave three oral presentations.
- Relationships, Data, and Quality Improvement Infrastructure:Three Key Dimensions
When Medicaid Accountable Care Organizations Partner with Primary Care Clinics
to Improve Colorectal Cancer Screening
- "Finding the Right FIT": A Community-led Mixed Methods Study of Rural,
Low-Income Patient Preferences for Fecal Immunochemical Test Characteristics
- Building and Sustaining an Academic-Community Collaborative Amidst Health
Reform: A Case Study of the Community Health Advocacy and Research Alliance
In addition to the oral presentations, three ORPRN posters were presented at the July 2017 NAPCRG Conference.
- Describing the Structure of Primary Care Practice Facilitation in the
EvidenceNOW Initiative in Oregon: A Synopsis of Practice Engagement and
- Recruitment Methodologies for EvidenceNOW: Describing Oregon's Healthy Hearts
Northwest Recruitment Process
- Capturing Adult Core Quality Measures in Emerging Behavioral Health Homes
During the October 25th 2016 Comprehensive Care Coordination In-Person Learning Session, a Journey Graphic was created based on practice transformation stories provided by participants.
Below are resources from the presentation made by Claire Sahlberg, Rural Community Health Clerkship medical student on health literacy, readability and diabetes, emphasizing why it's necessary to provide easy to understand and clear patient presentation tools.
At the July 2016 NAPCRG Conference ORPRN representatives LJ Fagnan, MD, Caitlin Dickinson, MPH, and Maggie McLain McDonnell, MPH presented a workshop entitled "The Evolution of PBRNs: Creating a framework to be responsive and relevant to practices and community stakeholders".
ORPRN PERC Kelsey Branca, MPH, CCR presented at the Meaningful Care Conference on March 25, 2016: "If you are not counted, you do not count": Collecting Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Data in the EHR
OHSU Expanding and Improving Rural Programs: More students doing more rotations in more disciplines throughout rural Oregon
ORPRN Project Manager Maggie McLain McDonnell, MPH presented results from the Eastern Oregon Care Coordination (EOCC) project at the 2016 American Public Health Association Annual Meeting