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Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Special Emphasis Notice. October 28, 2021 Publication No. NOT-HS-22-004.

Digital information tools are increasingly relied upon to assist in care communication and decision support, yet their safety hasn’t been fully examined. This announcement highlights AHRQ interest in funding research on the safe use of digital information solutions with a focus on program implementation, system design, and usability.

Bajaj K, de Roche A, Goffman D. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; September 2021. AHRQ Publication No. 20(21)-0040-6-EF.

Maternal safety is threatened by systemic biases, care complexities, and diagnostic issues. This issue brief explores the role of diagnostic error in maternal morbidity and mortality, the preventability of common problems such as maternal hemorrhage, and the importance of multidisciplinary efforts to realize improvement. The brief focuses on events occurring during childbirth and up to a week postpartum.

Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; September 9, 2021. PA-21-267. 

This funding opportunity supports large research demonstration and implementation projects applying existing strategies to understand and reduce adverse events in ambulatory and long-term care settings. Projects focused on preventing harm in disadvantaged populations to improve equity are of particular interest. The funding cycle will be active through May 27, 2024.

Houston, TX:  Baylor College of Medicine.

This Center represents a partnership with the Veterans Affairs Health Services Research & Development Center of Innovation to enhance researchers' skills through active participation in diagnostic safety research and policy development. The goals of the program include a focus on behavioral health interventions and measurement.

Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. February 9, 2021. PA-21-164.

 

Digital strategies hold promise for improving point-of-care efficiency, communication, and safety. This funding opportunity will support research exploring how digital technology can be designed and implemented to improve the quality of healthcare services delivery at the point of care. Areas of interest include the use of patient-facing technologies, development of advanced analytics, and improvements in point-of-care clinical decision making.

116th Congress 2d session. December 10, 2020.

The strengthening of diagnostic error research and processes can strategically ensure lasting diagnostic improvement. The ‘‘Improving Diagnosis in Medicine Act of 2020’’ outlines characteristics of a proposed Federal program to enhance agency cooperation and coordination to improve diagnosis in health care by addressing systemic weaknesses, knowledge gaps, and training issues in the workforce.

Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; August 2020. AHRQ Pub. No. 20-0048.

AHRQ has released the Network of Patient Safety Databases (NPSD) Chartbook 2020, which offers an overview of nonidentifiable, aggregated patient safety event and near-miss information, voluntarily reported by AHRQ-listed Patient Safety Organizations across the country between July 2012 and December 2019. The chartbook outlines the extent of harm reported, distribution of patient safety events, near misses, and unsafe conditions. This iteration of the chartbook contains an additional 619,111 reports not included in the prior NSPD chartbook.  

Smith KM, Hunte HE, Graber ML. Rockville MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; August 2020. AHRQ Publication No. 20-0040-2-EF.

Telehealth is becoming a standard care mechanism due to COVID-19 concerns. This special issue brief discusses telediagnosis, shares system and associate factors affecting its reliability, challenges in adopting this mode of practice, and areas of research needed to fully understand its impact.   
Maxwell J, Bourgoin A, Crandall J. Rockville, MD : Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; 2020.
Project RED re-engineered discharge with the goal of reducing preventable readmissions. This report summarizes an Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality project to transfer the Project RED experience to the primary care environment. Areas of focus included enhancing the team leader role of primary care physicians in post-discharge care.

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.

An understanding of the impact that digital tools can have on clinical decision making, patient self-care, and health system improvement is still emerging. This website highlights Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research funded research and implementation projects supporting evidence creation and knowledge distribution on health care digital strategies.

Famolaro T, Hare R, Thornton S, et al. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; January 2020. AHRQ Publication No. 20-0016.

The latest publication from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) reports results of 282 ambulatory surgery centers (ASC) participating in the Surveys on Patient Safety Culture (SOPS) Ambulatory Surgery Center Survey. The majority of respondents (86%) rated their organization’s overall safety rating as excellent or very good.

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). March 2020.

This website provides a report and data repository representing medical offices that administered the AHRQ Surveys on Patient Safety Culture™ (SOPS®) Medical Office Survey on Patient Safety (SOPS) Culture. Insights on safety culture reflect practices from 1,475 medical offices and more than 18,000 respondents.
Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. December 27, 2019. Publication No. NOT-HS-20-004.
This announcement highlights AHRQ continued interest in research regarding the development of an evidence base on the incidence of diagnostic error, its presence in a variety of health care environment and its impact on patient outcomes.
Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; December 6, 2019. PA-20-068.
Communication during patient transitions carries the potential for mistakes that can result in patient harm. This program (funding) announcement will support the testing of interventions to improve communication and coordination during care transitions within and between a variety of care environments. Applicants are encouraged to incorporate a care transitions model such as Project RED into their research design. Applications are reviewed three times per year- February 5, June 5, and October 5, through 2022