Center for Health Systems Effectiveness and partners announce health care reform study, Nov. 26

How do we fix our health care system? Depends on who you ask. Join OHSU in celebrating a project that will drive toward solutions that work–and the partnership that made it possible.

Monday, November 26, 2012 at 4:00 p.m.
Richard Jones Hall
, Main Floor Atrium

Joe Robertson, M.D., M.B.A.
, president, OHSU
John McConnell, Ph.D., director, OHSU Center for Health Systems Effectiveness
R. Philip Silver, philanthropist, founder and co-chairman, Silgan Holdings, Inc.

Light refreshments will be served.

RSVP to Pandora Milligan at (503) 220-8332.

All eyes are on Oregon

In May, the federal government invested $1.9 billion in Oregon’s ambitious Medicaid reform initiative, betting that our state’s approach could slow health care spending without compromising quality. Policy makers from across the nation – and both sides of the aisle – are watching to see what happens. Thanks to philanthropic support from Phil and Barbara Silver and a grant from the National Institutes of Health, OHSU’s Center for Health Systems Effectiveness will be tracking the program closely, measuring key indicators of success and sharing what it finds with policy makers nationwide. OHSU’s impartial analysis will be essential to driving health care reform toward solutions that are proven to work.