Key Partners

Comagine Health

Formally known as The Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation/HealthInsight, Comagine is an independent, nonprofit organization that leads community collaborations and produces unbiased information.

Oregon Business Council –

The Oregon Business Council is an association of more than 40 business leaders focused on public issues that affect Oregon’s quality of life and economic prosperity.

Oregon Association of Hospitals and Health Systems

The Oregon Association of Hospitals and Health Systems (OAHHS) is a statewide, nonprofit trade association that works closely with local and national government leaders, business and citizen coalitions, and other professional health care organizations to enhance and promote community health and to continue improving Oregon’s innovative health care industry.

Oregon Health Authority

The Oregon Health Authority is at the forefront of lowering and containing costs, improving quality and increasing access to health care in order to improve the lifelong health of Oregonians.

Oregon Medical Association

The Oregon Medical Association (OMA) is the state’s largest professional society engaging in advocacy, policy, community-building, and networking opportunities for Oregon’s physicians, medical students, physician assistants, and physician assistant students.

Data Partners


OCHIN is a nonprofit health care innovation center designed to provide knowledge solutions that promote quality, affordable health care for all.

One Health Port

The Single Sign-On offers health care professionals an easy and secure way to access the provider portals of major local health plans and hospitals as well as other valuable online service.

Collective Medical –

Collective Medical (CM) is a fast-growing Salt Lake City-based company determined to prove that exceptionally crafted software and passionate health care providers and health plans together can make a powerful difference in patients’ lives.

Appriss Health –

Appriss Health focuses on analytics and data-driven solutions to help address patient safety and substance misuse potential through both controlled substance data and analytics solutions and the monitoring of over-the-counter methamphetamine precursors.

Unite Us – and Connect Oregon

Unite Us powers Connect Oregon—a coordinated care network of health and social service providers expanding statewide in Oregon. Partners in the network are connected through Unite Us’ shared technology platform, which enables them to send and receive electronic referrals, address people’s social needs and improve health across communities The platform, built on a master person index, is compliant with HIPAA, 42 CFR Part 2, FIPS, and FERPA. It is both NIST and HITRUST Certified. Built into the workflow is a required client consent form (available in over 30 languages); no information can be shared across the Unite Us platform without consent from the client explicitly being given.

Indirect Cost Policy

OHLC supports its members through work that advances OHLC’s mission and goals. Periodically, OHLC serves as a convening funder for work on behalf of its members at their request. This may include partnering with nonprofit institutions and organizations for research, evaluation, data analytics, and other services. OHLC adopts this Indirect Cost Policy in recognition that nonprofit institutions and organizations have indirect costs that are not directly attributable to projects or activities being funded by OHLC but are necessary to support specific projects or activities.

It is the policy of OHLC to allow indirect costs not to exceed 25 percent of programmatic costs on all contracted services. OHLC will review and update this policy periodically as posted here.