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This project assessed the clinical and operational implications of electronic health record downtimes and developed a simulation model to support the creation of effective downtime contingency plans.
This project provided input to inform the development of nine proposed Stage 3 MU objectives focused on patient engagement, interoperability, and care coordination.
This report was created to address the nationally significant challenge of developing comprehensive clinical datasets, collected in real world environments and accessible in real time, to support clinical research and to address public health concerns.
This project was a joint grant solicitation between the National Science Foundation and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality to fund research projects that address systems modeling in health services research, with a specific emphasis on the supportive role of health information technology.
This project sought to identify and assess the best methods of implementing an advanced patient-centered integrated personal health record called MyPreventiveCare.
In order to develop a research agenda on the intersection between mental health and health information technology, this project convened a workshop between AHRQ and the National Institute of Mental Health.
The purpose of this project was to develop and propose a research agenda for how industrial and systems engineering may support health services research and health care delivery redesign, with a focus on health information technology.
The goal of the project is to establish a foundation and action agenda for the use of the dense display of data and other innovative information design principles in primary care health information technology (IT) applications.
This project funded a meeting convened on October 21 and 22, 2008 that brought together recognized national experts in the areas of patient safety and EHRs in order to accelerate the adoption and use of an electronic health information infrastructure in the United States.
In this project, primary care practices in the Virginia Ambulatory Care Outcomes Research Network conducted quality performance monitoring data collection and reporting projects.