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ARRA ACTION: Comparative Effectiveness of Health Care Delivery Systems for American Indians and Alaska Natives Using Enhanced Data Infrastructure
Table of Contents
- ARRA ACTION: Comparative Effectiveness of Health Care Delivery Systems for American Indians and Alaska Natives Using Enhanced Data Infrastructure
- Executive Summary
- Chapter 1. Project Overview
- Chapter 2. Project Implementation
- Chapter 3. Development of the Data Infrastructure
- Chapter 4. Factors to Consider when Analyzing Data for Multiple Project Sites
- Chapter 5. Project Findings for Goal 1
- Chapter 6. Project Findings for Goal 2
- Chapter 7. Discussion of Project Findings
- Chapter 8. Lessons Learned and Suggestions for Data
- Chapter 9. Potential Future Uses of the Data Infrastructure
- Appendix A: AHRQ/IHS Improving Health Care Delivery Data Project. Methods
- Appendix B: Patient age, health status, and IHS total treatment costs by diabetes stage. Fiscal year 2010
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Page originally created May 2014
Internet Citation: References. Content last reviewed December 2017. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.