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Plan now to attend this year's annual meeting of health services researchers

The 2001 annual meeting of the Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy (formerly the Association for Health Services Research, AHSR) will be held June 10-12, at the Atlanta Hyatt Regency. This meeting provides a unique opportunity to learn about cutting-edge research, timely policy issues, and the impact such research and policy may have on actual health care delivery. Key topics being featured at this year's meeting include access/disparities, behavioral health, child health, coverage, international health, long-term care, managed care, management/organization, Medicare, pharmaceuticals/emerging technologies, quality, and health care workforce issues.

In response to requests for more methodology on the program, this year's meeting will feature twice the number of methods workshops as were held at last year's meeting, including six full-day methods seminars. Also, additional time slots have been allocated for panels and paper presentations, allowing researchers more opportunity to showcase their findings. For the first time, the poster program will be divided into three sessions, with fewer posters displayed in each session, to give participants more time to view the presentations.

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