Slide 35: AHRQ Research Makes Health Affairs' Top Ten List

Director's Update Slides from the July 2012 National Advisory Council

Slide 35: AHRQ Research Makes Health Affairs' Top Ten List

Top 10 "Most-Read" Articles
January-June 2012:

#2 New Federal Policy Initiatives To Boost Health Literacy Can Help The Nation Move Beyond The Cycle Of Costly 'Crisis Care' (authors include AHRQ's Carolyn Clancy and Cindy Brach, January 2012).

#9 An Experiment Shows That A Well-Designed Report On Costs And Quality Can Help Consumers Choose High-Value Health Care (Judith Hibbard, et al, March 2012).

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Current as of August 2012
Internet Citation: Slide 35: AHRQ Research Makes Health Affairs' Top Ten List. August 2012. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/news/events/nac/2012-07-nac/clancy/clancy0713sl35.html