Tools and Resources
The AHRQ Digital Healthcare Research Program has funded the development of tools to assist in planning for, implementing, and evaluating digital healthcare resources. While tools are freely available, they should be cited when referenced on the Web or in print.
This database serves as a central repository for publications resulting from AHRQ Digital Healthcare Research-funded work that is PubMed or Google Scholar indexed.
These guides, databases, and toolkits assist researchers in evaluating their health IT projects.
This toolkit provides guidance for conducting organization-level assessments of business practices, policies, and State laws that govern the privacy and security of health information exchange (HIE).
These toolsets assist in the implementation of electronic prescribing and are aimed at both independent pharmacies and physician offices.
These resources provide guidance and implementation considerations in collecting and using patient-generated health data (PGHD) in ambulatory care settings.
This resource is aimed at those creating pediatric EHRs.
These documents represent project resources from the health IT portfolio.
This knowledgebase is an online, publicly accessible registry and repository of health care-related metadata, specifications, and standards.
Consumer Engagement and Human Factors
- Consumer Health IT Human Factors Design Guide
- Guide for Consumer Health IT Developers and Designers
- Health IT Literacy Guide
- Guide to Evaluating Health Information Exchange Projects
- Health IT Evaluation Toolkit and Evaluation Measures Quick Reference Guides
- Workflow Assessment for Health IT Toolkit