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The central goal of the annual Conference on Health IT & Analytics is to develop a health information technology and analytics (HIT+A) research agenda that supports national efforts to create a learning health system that produces evidence to make health care safer, of higher quality, more accessible, equitable, and affordable.
The objectives of the 2015 and 2016 AMIA Policy Invitational meetings are to develop consensus recommendations on policy to improve health information technology for patient care, facilitate research, and manage the health of populations.
This project developed and implemented a large-scale approach to measuring the impact of health information technology on the quality and variability of care in ambulatory settings, and along racial and ethnic lines.
The AMIA Health Policy Invitational Meetings address cutting edge and complex topics at the intersection of health care and informatics with the goal to identify challenges with current policies, make recommendations for future policies, and identify research needs for advancing the topic of focus.
This project identified trends and research priorities to inform the future of health information technology research.
The Electronic Data Methods Forum is charged with advancing the national dialogue on the infrastructure and methods of health research and quality improvement using electronic clinical data, with the goal of improving patient care and outcomes.
This project examined the role of health information technology on inpatient health care service demand.
An asthma outcomes workshop was held in order to establish standards and identity outcomes measures for asthma clinical research.
In this project, the National Quality Forum reconvened the Health Information Technology Expert Panel (HITEP-II) to gather, synthesize, and refine clinical workflow maps, focusing on care processes related to the previously prioritized set of measures.
This study developed electronic medical record-based quality indices for eleven cardiovascular primary care services. It related physicians’ prior index scores to subsequent disease incidence and to care utilization in their patients.