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Fact Sheets on Recovery Act Investments in Comparative Effectiveness Research

These fact sheets provide information on how Recovery Act funds will be used by AHRQ.

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act provided $300 million to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and $400 million to the Office of the Secretary, Health and Human Services to provide patients, clinicians, and others evidence-based information to make informed decisions about health care.

These fact sheets provide information on how the funds will be used to promote high-quality care through broad availability of information that helps clinicians and patients match the best science to individual needs and preferences.
 

AHRQ's Research Activities ($300 million)

Fact Sheets on Recovery Act Investments in Comparative Effectiveness Research for:

The Office of the Secretary (OS) Research Activities ($400 million)

Fact Sheets on Recovery Act Investments in Comparative Effectiveness Research for:

Current as of September 2010
Internet Citation: Fact Sheets on Recovery Act Investments in Comparative Effectiveness Research. September 2010. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://archive.ahrq.gov/funding/arra/factsheets/index.html

 

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