Center for Outcomes Research and Education (CORE)

Center for Outcomes Research and Education

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Center for Outcomes Research and Education

CORE is an independent team of scientists, researchers and data experts with a vision for a healthier, more equitable future. Our work focuses on how to shape systems, policies, community conditions, individual factors, and health care to create better health for everyone.

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At CORE, our work spans a wide range of impactful research, evaluation, analysis and consulting, through which we provide evidence that helps shape and sustain healthier systems, policies and programs.

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News & Stories

Providence CORE will share insights on care coordination and community health workers, value-based payments, and virtual behavioral health integration at the AcademyHealth annual research meeting.
The Oregon Patient Safety Commission and Providence CORE recently partnered to enhance the data strategy for Oregon's Early Dispute & Resolution (EDR) process in support or more equitable outcomes
CORE's annual report highlights some of the impactful and promising research, programs, and partnerships that we supported last year.
A research project by Providence CORE explores barriers and facilitators to mammography in a non-English language population and key steps to address language-related disparities.
Providence CORE’s evaluation of a community-based care coordination program offers evidence of the impacts and opportunities for similar initiatives.
Learn how Southern Oregon behavioral health leaders partnered with Providence CORE to support the region's peer support workforce.
A study by Providence CORE drew on ten years of data to assess the impacts of a large employee wellness program, revealing positive impacts on healthcare utilization.
CORE shares seven key takeaways from the first year of Data for Change, a program that helps community-based organizations grow their data capacity.
Cross-sectors partners in SW Washington teamed up with Providence CORE to explore how data sharing between sectors can identify local needs.
In 2021, Oregon lawmakers paved the way for more people to access full Oregon Health Plan benefits, regardless of their immigration status. Researchers at Providence CORE are studying this effort.
CORE’s evaluation offers evidence of the impacts of power-building initiatives and insights for other organizations working to build–and measure–community power and drive systemic change.