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Improving the quality and value of health care
Building the bridge between research and practice
Supporting HHS' Opioid Initiative
AHRQ Releases Compendium of U.S. Health Systems, 2016, a publically available database
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AHRQ invests in research and evidence to make health care safer and improve quality.
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AHRQ creates materials to teach and train health care systems and professionals to help them improve care for their patients.
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AHRQ generates measures and data used to track and improve performance and evaluate progress of the U.S. Health system.
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AHRQ IMPACT CASE STUDIES

AHRQ’s evidence-based tools and resources are used to improve the quality, safety, effectiveness, and efficiency of health care.
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EvidenceNOW is an AHRQ grant initiative dedicated to improving the heart health of millions of Americans.
The nation’s opioid epidemic resulted in a 64% rise in opioid-related hospital stays from 2005-2014.However,hospital rates varied widely by state in 2014,ranging from 404 opioid-related stays per 100,000 people in MD to 73 per 100,000 in IA.The map shows states with the highest and lowest 2014 rates. States with the highest rates include: CT,DC,IL,ME,MD,MA,NY,OH,ORm RI,WA and WV. States with the lowest rates include: AR,GA,HI,IA,KS,LA,NE,OK,SC,SD,TX,and WY.No data were available for AL,AK,DE,ID,MS,or NH.
Statistical portraits of how health care is delivered and paid for in the United States.
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The CUSP Toolkit improves safety culture by integrating safety practices into daily work of a unit or clinical area.
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AHRQ is funding research to better understand how diagnostic errors happen and what can be done to prevent them.

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Jeff Brady, MD, MPH, Director of AHRQ's Center for Quality Improvement & Patient Safety, discusses moving toward a safer health care system.
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