2009 Conference Track A: Health Care Infrastructure

Slide presentation from the AHRQ 2009 conference.

 

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The Role of Health IT in Measuring and Reducing Disparities (Session 101)

The Role of Health IT in Measuring and Reducing Disparities (PowerPoint® File, 784 KB; Web Version)
Garth N. Graham, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

The Role of Health IT in Measuring and Reducing Disparities (PowerPoint® File, 1.8 MB; Web Version)
Fred D. Rachman, Alliance of Chicago Community Health Services

Barriers & Drivers to Use of Health IT by the Elderly, Chronically, & Underserved (PowerPoint® File, 3.6 MB; Web Version)
Paul Gorman, Oregon Health & Science University

Emerging Issues in Data Registry Design, Implementation, and Use (Session 69)

Interfacing Registries with EHRs (PowerPoint® File, 679 KB; Web Version)
Nancy Dreyer, Outcome DEcIDE Center

Linking Registry Data: Technical and Legal Considerations (PowerPoint® File, 342 KB; Web Version)
Alan F. Karr, National Institute of Statistical Sciences
Sara Rosenbaum, George Washington University

Use of Registries in Product Safety Assessment (PowerPoint® File, 444 KB; Web Version)
Kathryn Starzyk, Outcome Sciences

Rating the Evidence: Using GRADE to Develop Clinical Practice Guidelines (Session 77)

Rating the Evidence: Using GRADE to Develop Clinical Practice Guidelines (PowerPoint® File, 4.5 MB; Web Version)
Yngve Falck-Ytter, Case Western Reserve University
Holger Schüenemann, McMaster University

AHRQ's Role in Primary Care Transformation (Session 34)

David Meyers, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Developing Research Infrastructure to Enhance Quality and Reduce Health Care Disparities (Session 51)

LSU Health Services Research Program (LSU HSRP) (PowerPoint® File, 932 KB; Web Version)
Ronald L. Horswell, Louisiana State University

Kentucky HSR Development: Building Partnerships (PowerPoint® File, 376 KB; Web Version)
Margaret M. Love, University of Kentucky

Developing Research Infrastructure: The Puerto Rico Health Services Research Institute Experience (PowerPoint® File, 219 KB; Web Version)
Roberto Torres-Zeno, University of Puerto Rico

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA): AHRQ's Role in Comparative Effectiveness Research (Session 81)

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: AHRQ's Role in Comparative Effectiveness Research (PowerPoint® File, 2.3 MB; Web Version)
Carolyn M. Clancy, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Jean R. Slutsky, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Maximizing the Impact of Comparative Effectiveness Research: The Role of the DEcIDE Consortia (Session 68)

Maximizing the Impact of Comparative Effectiveness Research: The Role of the DEcIDE Consortia (PowerPoint® File, 3.7 MB; Web Version)
Scott Smith, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Maximizing Comparative Effectiveness Research:The DECIDE CV Consortia (PowerPoint® File, 1.3 MB; Web Version)
Eric Peterson, Duke Clinical Research Institute
David Magid, Colorado Permanente Medical Group

The Cancer Consortium (PowerPoint® File, 1.3 MB; Web Version)
Deborah Schrag, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Diabetes Multi-Center Research Consortium(DMCRC) (PowerPoint® File, 1.3 MB; Web Version)
Joseph Selby, Kaiser Permanente

Evidence-Based Coverage: Medicare Coverage With Evidence Development: Where Do We Go From Here? (Session 141)

Louis Jacques, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

Bryan R. Luce, United BioSource Corporation

First Do No Harm: Ensuring the Safe and Effective Use of Health IT (PowerPoint® File, 148 KB; Web Version)
David Matchar, Duke University and National University of Singapore

Tamara Syrek Jensen, Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services

Michael S. Lauer, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), NIH

Patient-Reported Outcome Measurement and Comparative Effectiveness Research (Session 125)

PROMIS: The Right Place at the Right Time? (PowerPoint® File, 2 MB; Web Version)
David Cella, Northwestern University

More Practical Metrics for Standardizing Health Outcomes in Effectiveness Research (PowerPoint® File, 8.7 MB; Web Version)
John E. Ware, Jr., University of Massachusetts Medical School

Adding the Patient Perspective to Comparative Effectiveness Research (PowerPoint® File, 2.4 MB; Web Version)
Albert W. Wu, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Tricks of the Trade: Tools for Evaluating Clinical Effectiveness of Medical Interventions (Session 84)

Feasibility Study of a Wiki Collaboration Platform for Systematic Review (PowerPoint® File, 1 MB; Web Version)
Eileen Erinoff, ECRI Institute

Development of a Tool to Evaluate the Quality of Non-randomized Studies of Interventions or Exposures (PowerPoint® File, 416 KB; Web Version)
Nancy D. Berkman, RTI International

Meta-Analyst Software (PowerPoint® File, 90 KB; Web Version)
Christopher H. Schmid, Tufts Medical Center

Criteria To Assess Quality Of Observational Studies Evaluating The Incidence, Prevalence, And Risk Factors Of Chronic Diseases (PowerPoint® File, 298 KB; Web Version)
Tatyana A. Shamliyan, University of Minnesota

Assessing the Empirical Evidence of Associations Between Internal Validity and Effect Sizes in Randomized Controlled Trials (PowerPoint® File, 314 KB; Web Version)
Paul Shekelle, RAND Corporation

A Tool for The Classification Of Study Designs In Systematic Reviews Of Interventions And Exposures (PowerPoint® File, 432 KB; Web Version)
Meera Viswanathan, RTI International

Implementing the GRADE Method in Guideline Development: Real-World Experiences (Session 78)

Implementing the GRADE Method in Guideline Development: Real-World Experiences (PowerPoint® File, 1.6 MB; Web Version)
Sheila A. Agyeman, American Gastroenterological Association

Implementing GRADE (PowerPoint® File, 312 KB; Web Version)
Ethan Balk, Tufts Medical Center

Implementing GRADE in Guideline Development: Real-World Experiences (PowerPoint® File, 150 KB; Web Version)
Matthew J. Fenton, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH

Implementing GRADE... Canadian Clinical Preventive Guidelines for Newly Arriving Immigrants and Refugees for Primary Care Practitioners (PowerPoint® File, 366 KB; Web Version)
Kevin Pottie, University of Ottawa

Are We Making Progress? Measuring the Adoption, Meaningful Use, and Impacts of Health IT (Session 93)

Are We Making Progress? Measuring the Adoption, Meaningful Use, and Impacts of Health IT (PowerPoint® File, 781 KB; Web Version)
Floyd Eisenberg, National Quality Forum

The State Of HIT Adoption And Use In Ambulatory And Hospital Settings (PowerPoint® File, 658 KB; Web Version)
Mark Spranca, Abt Associates

CMS and HIT Adoption (PowerPoint® File, 784 KB; Web Version)
Tony Trenkle, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

Meaningful Use (PowerPoint® File, 2.8 MB; Web Version)
Micky Tripathi, Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative

Building the Health IT Infrastructure: How Do We Get There? A Panel Discussion (Session 105)

John Glaser, Partners HealthCare

Blueprint Integrated Pilot Programs A Community System Of Health Supported By HIT (PowerPoint® File, 989 KB; Web Version)
Craig Jones, State of Vermont

Do Ask, Do Tell: Best Practices in Conflict-of-Interest Policies for Research, Publishing, and Recommendation-Making (Session 82)

Do Ask, Do Tell: Best Practices in Conflict-of-Interest Policies for Research, Publishing, and Recommendation-Making (PowerPoint® File, 848 KB; Web Version)
Mary Barton, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Elise Berliner, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Mary Nix, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Do Ask, Do Tell: Best Practices in Conflict of Interest Policies for Research, Publishing, and Recommendation-Making (PowerPoint® File, 279 KB; Web Version)
Steven C. Knickrehm, James Bell Associates

Conflict of Interest in Medical Research, Education, and Practice As Related to Practice Guidelines (PowerPoint® File, 157 KB; Web Version)
Robert M. Krughoff, Consumers' CHECKBOOK/Center for the Study of Services

Assessing the Evidence: Overview of AHRQ's Comparative Effectiveness Guide for Systematic Reviews (Session 79)

Selecting Evidence for Comparative Effectiveness Reviews (PowerPoint® File, 913 KB; Web Version)
Melissa McPheeters, Vanderbilt Evidence-Based Practice Center

Methodological Issues in Systematic Reviews: Formulating Questions (PowerPoint® File, 3.3 MB; Web Version)
Thomas Trikalinos, Tufts Medical Center

Selecting Evidence For Comparative Effectiveness Reviews: When To Use Observational Studies (PowerPoint® File, 1 MB; Web Version)
Meera Viswanathan, RTI International

Searching for Relevant Studies (PowerPoint® File, 821 KB; Web Version)
C. Michael White, University of Connecticut

Connecting Communities: Lessons From Six State Health Information Exchange Demonstrations (Session 96)

Connecting Communities: Lessons From Six State Health Information Exchange Demonstrations (PowerPoint® File, 367 KB; Web Version)
Arthur Davidson, Colorado Regional Health Information Organization

State and Regional Demonstration Projects: Memphis: Year 5 Report (PowerPoint® File, 4 MB; Web Version)
Mark Frisse, Vanderbilt University

Indiana SRD Community-wide Quality Reporting (PowerPoint® File, 24 MB; Web Version)
Marc Overhage, Regenstrief Institute

Better Communication for Better Healthcare (PowerPoint® File, 1.6 MB; Web Version)
Gina B. Perez, Delaware Health Information Network

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Current as of December 2009
Internet Citation: 2009 Conference Track A: Health Care Infrastructure. December 2009. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/news/events/conference/2009/track-a.html