Events

AHRQ-Funded Projects

Data for Individual Health Report

Guide to Evaluating Health Information Exchange Projects

Health IT Survey Compendium Update

Findings and Lessons From AHRQ’s Clinical Decision Support Demonstration Projects

Events

Upcoming health IT-related events sponsored by AHRQ and the AHRQ National Resource Center for Health IT as well as events sponsored by our partners. 

AHRQ-Funded Projects

Search for AHRQ Health IT Portfolio-funded projects by various categories, such as location, Principal Investigator, or technology.

Data for Individual Health Report

AHRQ funded a report that discusses how to create a system that moves from focusing on care of individuals to focusing on health of individuals.

Guide to Evaluating Health Information Exchange Projects

AHRQ “Guide to Evaluating Health Information Exchange Projects” has been updated and better designed to help those involved in health information exchange (HIE) projects create an evaluation plan to evaluate an HIE project.

Health IT Survey Compendium Update

The AHRQ Health IT Survey Compendium has been updated, providing a centralized source of health IT surveys that may be used in the evaluation of health IT projects.

Findings and Lessons From AHRQ’s Clinical Decision Support Demonstration Projects

AHRQ report summarizes findings and lessons for designing, implementing, and evaluating clinical decision support (CDS). Teams from Yale University (video) and Brigham and Women’s Hospital (video) demonstrate novel approaches for CDS implementation to improve care.

About AHRQ's Health IT Portfolio

AHRQ's Health IT Portfolio develops and disseminates evidence to inform policy and practice on how health information technology can improve the quality of health care. AHRQ’s Health IT Portfolio has invested in research grants and contracts awarded to over 180 distinct institutions in 47 States and the District of Columbia.

Learn more about AHRQ's Health IT Portfolio

Last Modified: August 2014

Latest News

Special Emphasis Notice on Health IT System Safety

The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) has published a Special Emphasis Notice (SEN) to support projects to generate new evidence on health IT system safety. The standing R01 and R21 Funding Opportunity Announcements will support research regarding the safety of health IT systems.

To learn more about this Special Emphasis Notice select: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-HS-15-005.html