College of Public Health and Human Sciences
The State of Nursing Facilities in Oregon project produces an annual report that informs stakeholders, the Legislature, and the public about skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) in Oregon.
It addresses topics including licensed bed capacity, admissions and discharges, resident demographics, length of stay, residents' needs for care, payment sources, and quality measures.
Funding is provided by the Aging and People with Disabilities program of the Oregon Department of Human Services.
These reports seek to inform stakeholders, state legislators and the public about current metrics related to Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs) in the state of Oregon.
In addition to reporting trends and current data points, these reports also seek to compare metrics regarding Oregon SNFs with national averages.
These reports provide a snapshot of the state of SNFs in Oregon for individuals who wish to use this data for additional academic research, stakeholder organizations and legislators considering the impact or need for policy changes, and general inquiries about the state of long-term services and supports (LTSS) in the state Oregon.