Management research to provide operational advice on improving quality, reducing costs and eliminating disparities.
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The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality has developed numerous evidence-based tools and research findings with the goal of improving the quality of health care. AHRQ frequently partners with external organizations to disseminate and implement these products in hospitals and other health care organizations. AHRQ issued a master contract to HRET to carry out dissemination projects in conjunction with the AHRQ Office of Communications and Knowledge Transfer. Through discrete projects designed by the OCKT, HRET built awareness and supported implementation of evidence-based AHRQ tools and research. HRET also provided feedback to AHRQ on the successes and barriers in implementing these tools and made recommendations on the kinds of research the field needs to provide high quality care.
One of the first projects under this contract worked with health care organizations that have electronic health/medical records to aid in the incorporation of an evidence-based decision support system known as Electronic Preventive Services Selector Data. ePSS Data is a set of recommendations for clinical preventive services and is compiled by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, an independent panel of experts in primary care and prevention that systematically reviews the evidence of effectiveness of various services.
To learn more about this project, contact Chris Hund at (312) 422-2637 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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