Washington All-Payer Claims Database

Washington HealthCareCompare is live!

WHCC web headerVisit the new public face of the WA-APCD program to see how we are making health care quality and price transparency a reality for Washington state health care users.  

Program background

In 2015, the Washington legislature initiated a statewide all-payers health care claims database (APCD) as a public resource for improving delivery of health care across the state. The WA-APCD is administered by Washington's Office of Financial Management through its lead organization, the Center for Health Systems Effectiveness, with data services provided by Onpoint Health Data

Visit us here or join the WA-APCD listserv for updates on reporting requirements, governance, and more as the program moves from vision to reality.

Second provider review & reconsideration period starts August 3 for 2017 service data

Providers: Prepare to review your 2017 performance metrics for primary-care practices, hospitals, and ambulatory surgery centers in advance of our public reporting update in November 2018. You can register now to review and submit reconsiderations for measures results during the 30-day review & reconsideration period starting August 3. Email the WA-APCD team for an invitation.

Upcoming timeline and events

March 15, 2018

Data Release Advisory Committee meeting

March 22, 2018

Data Enclave Development Workshop (for state agencies)

March 30, 2018

30-day Provider Review and Reconsideration period opens 

April 26, 2018

Data Policy Advisory Committee meeting

April 29, 2018

Provider Review and Reconsideration period closes

May 3, 2018

Data Release Advisory Committee meeting

July 1, 2018

Launch of WA-APCD website, Washington HealthCareCompare