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Communicating by Mail with AHRQ: Send your letter with comments or questions to:
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Office of Communications
5600 Fishers Lane, 7th Floor
Rockville, MD 20857
Communicating by Phone with AHRQ: The public inquiries number is: (301) 427-1104.
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Research Impact: AHRQ is interested in feedback from the private and public sectors on how our research findings or products are being used and their impact on organizations, service delivery, and quality of care. Please contact the Agency online or by mail if you are willing to provide feedback on your experience and examples of use and impact and/or will allow us to interview you and develop an Impact Case Study.
Page originally created June 2010