New AHRQ podcasts focus on coronary artery disease, reducing medication costs, and telemedicine in schools

Research Activities, April 2011, No. 368

The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) has developed new podcasts on coronary artery disease, reducing medication costs, and use of telemedicine in schools.

A third of all Americans have some type of heart disease. But there are ways to reduce your risks and you may have some medication options. To learn more, go to the podcast or transcript: http://www.healthcare411.ahrq.gov/radiocastseg.aspx?id=1178&type=seg.

E-prescribing systems help prevent medication errors and may save patients money on approved prescription drugs. For the podcast or transcript, go to: http://www.healthcare411.ahrq.gov/radiocastseg.aspx?id=1174&type=seg.

With remote medical consultations right in school, children may miss fewer days of school and parents can stay at work. For the podcast or transcript, go to: http://www.healthcare411.ahrq.gov/radiocastseg.aspx?id=1179&type=seg.

This audio program features current news and information from AHRQ.

Current as of April 2011
Internet Citation: New AHRQ podcasts focus on coronary artery disease, reducing medication costs, and telemedicine in schools: Research Activities, April 2011, No. 368. April 2011. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/news/newsletters/research-activities/apr11/0411RA37.html