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New electronic inventory added to AHCPR's Web site

As part of our enhancement of the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research's Web site, an electronic inventory has been developed of our information products that are available from the National Technical Information Service (NTIS). Please check out this new resource at

For the most part, the inventory is made up of final reports from AHCPR-sponsored grants and contracts, as well as some data products. It includes more than 3,000 products produced over a 30-year span by AHCPR and its predecessor agency, the National Center for Health Services Research and Health Care Technology Assessment (NCHSR). As such, it represents an archives of the health services research funded by AHCPR and NCHSR, and it can be used as a tool for mining the research findings that have been generated by the agency.

Basic information is included in each record, such as title, authors/principal investigators, and abstract. There are currently four options for searching the database: full-text, keyword, author, and product number. The keyword phrases provided are those that were assigned to the project by the project officer at the time the report or other product was submitted to NTIS.

Each item contained in the inventory is available for purchase from NTIS. You may order items directly from the system's online "shopping cart," and your order will be processed electronically.

We are always interested in your feedback. Please direct your comments, questions, concerns, or suggestions to Gerri Michael Dyer via E-mail at

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