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Center for Organization and Delivery Studies
The Center for Organization and Delivery Studies (CODS) of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ, formerly the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research) both organizes and sponsors meetings. To find out about some of its recent meetings, including resulting publications, select the following links.
Quality Health Care for Culturally Diverse Populations: Advancing Effective Health Care through Systems Development, October 2002
First Annual Meeting of the IDSRN, March 2002
HIV Research Network: Patient Interviews, Patient Safety, and Future Directions, September 2001
Future Directions for Community-based, Long-term Care Health Services Research, June 2000
The Building Bridges Conference Series, May 2001
HMO Research Network National Conferences, May 2001
Understanding How Employers Can Be Catalysts for Quality, April 2001
Expert Meeting to Specify Priority HIV Policy-Relevant Issues, March 2000
Data Needs for Studies of Competition in Markets, November 1999
Future Directions for Residential Long-term Care
Health Services Research, October 1999
Qualitative Methods in Health Services Research, December 1998
Learning from SCHIP I and Learning from SCHIP II, March 1998 and June 1998
HIV Resource Utilization Data Coordinating Center Meeting, January 1998
AHCPR Workshop on Carve Outs, January 1998
Health Care Markets and Managed Care: New Evidence and Emerging Issues, February 1997
Health Care Markets and Managed Care: Expert Meeting to Discuss Emerging Research Priorities, January 1997
To learn about how to apply for a small conference grant, select to access Small Grant Program for Conference Support.
Current as of February 2003