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Slide Presentation from the AHRQ 2007 Annual Conference

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Aiming High: Future Directions?

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  • Critical role of public information and analysis to guide and drive change
  • AHRQ potential
    • Public repository and public data
    • Composites and benchmarks: enable focus on variation, high/low performance areas and care systems
    • Quality, access and cost analysis: High Value
  • Research and collaboration
    • Linking quality-related research to performance indicators
    • "E-indicators": potential with electronic health records*
    • Collaborative efforts to understand key drivers of high performance
    • Whole system view: primary and specialized care

*Commonwealth Fund/RWJF project with Jinnet Fowles, Park Noolet, and Jonathan Weiner, Johns Hopkins.


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