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Patient Safety Newsletters Archive

10/11/11New AHRQ Report Highlights Hospitals' Progress in Reducing Bloodstream Infections
9/1/11New AHRQ Safety Culture Report Shows Strengths, Areas for More Effort in Nursing Homes
7/7/11New AHRQ Toolkit Helps Medical Practices Examine the Impact of Health IT on Workflow
6/7/11Technology, Collaboration Help Improve Hepatitis C Outcomes in Community Settings, AHRQ-Funded Study Shows
5/9/11New Quality Initiatives Should Push Pace of Health Care Improvement
4/7/11HHS Releases National Strategy for Quality Improvement in Health Care Report
3/2/11Health Care Quality Still Improving Slowly, But Disparities and Gaps in Access to Care Persist, According to New AHRQ Reports
2/11/11Landmark Initiative to Reduce Healthcare-Associated Infections Cuts Deaths Among Medicare Patients in Michigan Intensive Care Units
1/14/11AHRQ Health IT Portfolio 2009 Annual Report Now Available
12/6/10AHRQ Director's Commentary Provides Insight on Patient Safety and Medical Liability Reform
11/4/10AHRQ Awards $34 Million To Expand Fight Against Healthcare-Associated Infections
10/6/10Dr. Atul Gawande Discusses Challenges in Health Care with Attendees at AHRQ's Annual Conference
9/2/10New AHRQ Data Show Healthcare-associated Infections Greatly Increase the Length and Cost of Hospital Stays
6/10/10AHRQ Study Shows Using Bar-code Technology with eMAR Reduces Medication Errors
3/11/10AHRQ Tools Support Teamwork and Patient Safety Awareness Week
12/17/09Special Issue: AHRQ Announces Interest in Research on Health Care-Associated Infections in Ambulatory Care Settings
11/17/09HHS Awards $17 Million in a New National Initiative To Fight Health Care-associated Infections
9/4/09National Coordinator for Health IT Stresses Importance of Electronic Health Record Systems
7/27/09HHS Secretary Sebelius Releases Inaugural Health Care "Success Story" About Michigan Keystone ICU Project
5/28/09HHS Secretary Sebelius Highlights AHRQ Reports on Health Care Quality and Disparities
3/26/09Comparative Effectiveness Funding in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
2/20/0910-State Project to Study Methods to Reduce Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections in Hospital ICUs
1/7/09New Report Recommends Strategies to Reduce Medical Resident Fatigue-Related Errors and Improve Training
Current as of November 2013
Internet Citation: Patient Safety Newsletters Archive. November 2013. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.


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