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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
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AHRQ 22h
Asians were more likely than other racial/ethnic groups to report having their diabetes treated by diet modification and oral medication but no insulin injections, AHRQ study says:
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AHRQ 22h
: South Carolina statewide program saw wide variation in surgical safety checklist implementation. More local $$, leadership participation, frontline engagement & group activities were all associated with implementation
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AHRQ 23h
Health services research provides the foundation for progress, effectiveness, and value in . Register for a webinar on 1/24 to discuss the future of HSR:
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AHRQ Jan 14
: White paper from Lucian Leape Institute of offers guidance to hospital and health system boards seeking to improve quality and safety in their organizations
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AHRQ Jan 14
Join us for a webinar on the Clinical Decision Support (CDS) Authoring Tool to learn to develop interoperable CDS on February 7. Register today:
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AHRQ Jan 14
Have you read special publication on the future of ? Join us for a webinar that will discuss the publication in greater detail on 1/24/19:
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AHRQ Jan 14
AHRQ is on GitHub! GitHub is a website for collaborating, sharing, and maintaining version-controlled code. Researchers can find R, SAS, and Stata code available for download. Check out the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS) repository for more:
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AHRQ Jan 14
In 2015-16, White adults diagnosed with diabetes more likely to have received diabetes monitoring exams, e.g., feet and eye tests, than minorities, AHRQ study says:
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AHRQ Jan 14
: Report from found that nearly half of patients in long-term care hospitals experienced adverse events, many considered serious. More than half were preventable and could be attributed to errors or substandard care
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AHRQ Jan 13
AHRQ data: From 2010 to 2015, the rate of opioid-related hospital stays increased between 27-39% among patients 65 and older, depending on the age bracket. Non-opioid-related hospital stays decreased 17% for all patients 65 & older during the same period:
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AHRQ Jan 13
Join on 1/24 to discuss the future of and hear from field leaders on how we can move forward together:
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AHRQ Jan 13
: After adjusting for patient and physician characteristics, pediatric inpatients cared for by and general pediatricians experienced similar numbers of adverse events and had similar costs and lengths of stay
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AHRQ Jan 13
’s Comprehensive Unit-based Safety Program helped Tampa General Hospital reduce its emergency dept. insertion-related CAUTI rates by 75%. Find out more.
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AHRQ Jan 12
: In 2018 Annual Perspective, explores outcomes in the United States and summarizes recent national initiatives to improve safety in maternity care
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AHRQ Jan 12
AHRQ data show that among patients age 65 and older, the number of opioid-related emergency department visits doubled from 2010 to 2015, from 18,100 visits in 2010 to 36,200 visits in 2015:
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AHRQ Jan 12
: South Carolina statewide program saw wide variation in surgical safety checklist implementation. More local $$, leadership participation, frontline engagement & group activities were all associated with implementation
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AHRQ Jan 11
hosts webinar February 7 on Clinical Decision Support (CDS) Authoring Tool to demo how to develop standards-based CDS. Register today:
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AHRQ Jan 11
: White paper from Lucian Leape Institute of offers guidance to hospital and health system boards seeking to improve quality and safety in their organizations
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AHRQ Jan 11
Be among the first to know what AHRQ leaders are thinking. Sign up for our AHRQ Views blog email list. Enter your email address after you click on the link.
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AHRQ Jan 11
Hospital admission rates for uncontrolled diabetes for American Indians and Alaska Natives declined for all ages between 2000 and 2015, according to a new Data Spotlight from AHRQ’s 2017 National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Report. Learn more:
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