Oregon Provider Directory (OPD)

Oregon Provider Directory (OPD)


The Problem We Are Solving

Managing and accessing accurate provider directory data today is inefficient and burdensome for many health care entities and providers. Having accurate provider and practice data is critical. Providers use this information to coordinate care for their patients and health organizations (like health plans) use it in their patient-facing directories.  

One Trusted Place to Find Providers

The Oregon Provider Directory (OPD) will serve as a state-wide directory of accurate, trusted provider data for health care providers. The data will include provider names, practice locations, and contact information, including health information exchange addresses. By making this data available to providers, the OPD will support care coordination, health information exchange, administrative efficiencies, and serve as a resource for heath analytics—ultimately improving patient care. High-quality data sources that feed the OPD will be matched and aggregated. Data stewards will oversee management of the data to ensure that it maintains initial and long-term quality information.  Please see additional details on the OPD Fact Sheet.

What to Expect

Following User Acceptance Testing (UAT) in Summer 2019, a Soft Launch Partner (SLP) cohort of five organizations in Central Oregon was kicked off in Fall 2019.  SLP organizations are currently working with the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and HIT Commons to test data, improve processes, and refine use cases. After Soft Launch is complete in spring 2020, OHA will be opening up the OPD for additional data submission and use.

For more information about the OPD or to learn how HIT Commons is supporting this effort, please email:

Mark Hetz mark@orhealthleadershipcouncil.org