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Evidence-Based Medicine: Making Today’s Goals Tomorrow’s Reality. Carolyn M. Clancy, MD Director Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Washington, DC Health Policy Seminar Washington, DC – April 21, 2009. Current Challenges.
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Carolyn M. Clancy, MD
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Washington, DC Health Policy Seminar
Washington, DC – April 21, 2009
Effective HealthCare Program
Other Research & Dissemination Activities
Medical ExpenditurePanel Surveys
Funding for health IT, prevention and other areas could have implications for the Agency
May 1: Due date for Agency wide and program-specific Recovery Act plans
July 30: AHRQ to submit FY ’09 Operations Plan
December 31, 2010: All Recovery Act funding to be obligated
February 17: The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 is signed into law
November 1: AHRQ FY ‘10 operations plan due
March 19: Establishment of Federal Coordinating Council for Comparative Effectiveness Research
June 30: Due date for IOM submission of a list of national priority conditions*
* Stakeholder input required
T3How Can We Further Enhance Our Efforts?
The “3T’s” Road Map to Transforming U.S. Health Care
care quality and
Key T1 activity to test
what care works
Clinical efficacy research
Key T2 activities to test
who benefits from
Health services research
Key T3 activities to test
how to deliver high-quality
care reliably and in
accountability of health
care quality and cost
Interventions and health
care system redesign
Scaling and spread of
Research in above domains
Source: JAMA, May 21, 2008: D. Dougherty and P.H. Conway, pp. 2319-2321. The “3T’s Roadmap to Transform U.S. Health Care: The ‘How’ of High-Quality Care.”
Downstream effects of policy applications
Making sure that comparative effectiveness is “descriptive, not prescriptive”
Creating a level playing field among all stakeholders
Ensuring that information is presented to clinicians and consumers so they can actually use it
“Research to Reform: Achieving Health System Change”
September 13-16, 2009 Bethesda North Marriott Convention Center Bethesda, MD
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