- 07/08/2019 CHSE joins amicus brief on Title X rules appeal
- 07/06/2019 CHSE hosts two Summer Equity Research interns
- 06/06/2019 Hyunjee Kim awarded new AHRQ grant on Medicare bundled-payment spillovers
- 06/01/2019 CHSE weighs in on new efforts by CMS to change payment for primary care
- 04/26/2019 "Mitch Dinner" explores developments in care delivery for trans and gender-nonconforming patients
- 03/05/2019 Paper finds differing predictors for SUD treatment initiation between adults, adolescents
- 01/24/2019 OHSU paper shows increase in colorectal cancer testing for Medicaid patients following Oregon’s coordinated care reforms, Medicaid expansion
- 10/31/2018 Reporter Noam Levey to visit CHSE, give update on post-midterm health care landscape
- 09/21/2018 NIMHD features CHSE research on Oregon health-equity reforms
- 09/06/2018 CHSE/Public Health paper finds Oregon’s Medicaid expansion and health care reforms enhanced access and improved treatment initiation for alcohol use disorders
- 08/22/2018 CHSE wins funds to study care for transgender patients in Oregon Medicaid
- 08/21/2018 CHSE Launches WashingtonHealthCare Compare
- 08/06/2018 More new faces here at CHSE
Using data to "bend the curve"
Fusing economic approaches with large data set analytic capabilities, the Center for Health Systems Effectiveness (CHSE) researches health care service delivery with the aim of improving the value of our health care system and "bending the curve" of health care spending growth.
Our analyses enable policy makers and other stakeholders to push toward high-value health care, bridging silos to drive change. We partner with collaborators who include:
- Oregon Health Authority
- OHSU Healthcare
- Private and public health care purchasers
- Other researchers at OHSU and across Oregon.
Working with data sets including the Oregon All Payer All Claims (APAC) database, Medicare, Medicaid, and OHSU clinical information, our group shines a light on how health reform strategies actually play out in cost and quality of care.
View our current research projects