Assessment of the AHRQ Patient Safety Initiative: Focus on Implementation and Dissemination Evaluation Report III (2004–2005)

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RAND Corporation, Oct 22, 2007 - Medical - 128 pages
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Updates the policy context of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) patient safety initiative; documents the current priorities and activities undertaken; and assesses contributions of health information technology projects and dissemination actions to support adoption of evidence-based safe practices. Discusses implications for future AHRQ policy, programming, and research; suggests ways to strengthen AHRQ activities.

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Donna O. Farley (RAND Graduate School, Santa Monica, California Doctor of Philosophy in Policy Analysis) is a Senior Health Policy Analyst at RAND.

Cheryl Damberg (Ph.D., RAND Graduate School of Policy Studies) is a Health Policy Fellow. Research interests include employment-based health insurance, health care reform, quality of care, health promotion/disease prevention.

Susan Ridgely (J.D., 1995, University of Maryland School of Law) is a Co-Investigator, UCLA/RAND Research Center on Managed Care and Psychiatric Disorders and a Co-Investigator, RAND Drug Policy Research Center.

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