AHRQ’s evidence-based tools and resources are used by organizations nationwide to improve the quality, safety, effectiveness, and efficiency of health care. The Agency’s Impact Case Studies highlight these successes, describing the use and impact of AHRQ-funded tools by State and Federal policy makers, health systems, clinicians, academicians, and other professionals.

Tell us how you're using our research or tools using these AHRQ Impact Case Studies criteria or contact us at ImpactCaseStudies@ahrq.hhs.gov.


Impact Case Study Identifier: KT-CQuIPS-91
AHRQ Product(s): MATCH Toolkit, QIO Learning Network
Topic(s): Prescription Drugs
Geographic Location: Indiana
Implementer: Indiana Hospitals
Date: April 2012
Impact Case Study Identifier: KT-CQuIPS-78
AHRQ Product(s): MATCH Toolkit, QIO Learning Network
Topic(s): Prescription Drugs
Geographic Location: Indiana
Implementer: Indiana
Date: November 2011
Impact Case Study Identifier: KT-CQuIPS-72
AHRQ Product(s): Partnerships in Implementing Patient Safety (PIPS), QIO Learning Network
Topic(s): Blood Clots
Geographic Location: Indiana
Implementer: Indiana
Date: November 2011
Impact Case Study Identifier: CP3-07-06
AHRQ Product(s): U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF)
Topic(s): Policy, Pediatrics, Prevention
Geographic Location: Indiana
Implementer: Indiana State Department of Health
Date: September 2007
Impact Case Study Identifier: Multi-Center-06-03 (CP3, OEREP)
AHRQ Product(s): Research, U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF)
Topic(s): Women's Health
Geographic Location: Indiana
Implementer: Indiana State Department of Health
Date: September 2006
Impact Case Study Identifier: CQUIPS-06-05
AHRQ Product(s): Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture
Topic(s): Patient Safety
Geographic Location: Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio
Implementer: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Date: February 2006
Impact Case Study Identifier: Multi-Center-05-08 (CDOM, CP3)
AHRQ Product(s): Research
Topic(s): Vaccination, Disaster Planning
Geographic Location: Indiana
Implementer: Indiana State Department of Health
Date: August 2005