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2009 Conference Track F: Increasing Patient and Consumer Involvement in Their Care

Slide presentation from the AHRQ 2009 conference.

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Shared Decision-Making: Helping Patients Be Partners in Their Care (Session 80)

Shared Decision Making: Helping Patients be Partners in Their Care (PowerPoint® File, 732 KB; Web Version)
Anne Trontell, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

NSAID Risk Communication: Findings from the Alabama NSAID Patient Safety Study (PowerPoint® File, 1.6 MB; Web Version)
Jeroan Allison, University of Massachusetts Medical School

Leveraging Social Science and Technology to Harness the Power of Information Democratization (PowerPoint® File, 1 MB; Web Version)
Joshua Seidman, Center for Information Therapy

Using Decision Aids to Enhance Shared-Decision Making (PowerPoint® File, 7 MB; Web Version)
Maria Suarez-Almazor, University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center

Informing Care Decisions: Emerging Technologies, Scientific Evidence, and Communication (Session 140)

Integrating Emerging Technologies and Evidence on the Frontline: The Oncologists' View (PowerPoint® File, 239 KB; Web Version)
Amy P. Abernethy, Duke University Medical Center

Informing Care Decisions: Emerging Technologies, Scientific Evidence, and Communication (PowerPoint® File, 2.4 MB; Web Version)
Amy P. Abernethy, Duke University Medical Center
Elise Berliner, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Michael Fordis, Baylor College of Medicine
Mellanie True Hills, StopAfib.org

Informing Care Decisions: Emerging Technologies, Scientific Evidence, and Communication (PowerPoint® File, 2.4 MB; Web Version)
Elise Berliner, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Input Your Data—Output Your Web Site, a New AHRQ Tool That Transforms Data to Information (Session 62)

MONAHRQ: A Web-Based Tool for Quality and Utilization Reporting (PowerPoint® File, 6.3 MB; Web Version)
Anne Elixhauser, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Personal Health Records: What Are They Good For? A Panel Discussion (Session 115)

Person First Health Care Process-Technology Integration (PowerPoint® File, 5.3 MB; Web Version)
James Hereford, Group Health Cooperative

PHRs: Where We've Been, Where We're Going (PowerPoint® File, 3 MB; Web Version)
John Moore, Chilmark Research

Ready, Fire, Aim: The PHR Story (PowerPoint® File, 633 KB; Web Version)
Kim D. Slocum, KDS Consulting, LLC

Learning From the Patient's Experience: Opportunities to Improve Patient Safety (Session 18)

Overview of the AHRQ Project "Designing Consumer Reporting Systems for Patient Safety Events" (PowerPoint® File, 612 KB; Web Version)
Michael T. Halpern, RTI International

Learning From the Patient's Experience: Opportunities to Improve Patient Safety International Initiatives on Patient & Public Reporting of Adverse Events (PowerPoint® File, 341 KB; Web Version)
Martin J. Hatlie, Coalition for Quality and Patient Safety of Chicagoland

Learning From the Patient's Experience: Opportunities to Improve Patient Safety (PowerPoint® File, 4.4 MB; Web Version)
Timothy McDonald, University of Illinois Medical Center

Project RED: Reengineering the Hospital Discharge Process (Session 12)

Project RED: Reengineering the Hospital Discharge Process (PowerPoint® File, 43 MB; Web Version)
Brian Jack, Boston Medical Center

Assessing Patients' Experiences With Care: Using CAHPS® as a Standardized Quality Metric (Session 4)

CMS CAHPS Surveys: Public Reporting (PowerPoint® File, 2.4 MB; Web Version)
Liz Goldstein, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

Using Patient Experiences Surveys in Health Plan and Practice Evaluation (PowerPoint® File, 766 KB; Web Version)
Sarah H. Scholle, National Committee for Quality Assurance

Overview of CAHPS® and the National CAHPS® Database (PowerPoint® File, 1.3 MB; Web Version)
Dale Shaller, Shaller Consulting

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Current as of December 2009
Internet Citation: 2009 Conference Track F: Increasing Patient and Consumer Involvement in Their Care. December 2009. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://archive.ahrq.gov/news/events/conference/2009/track-f.html

 

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