AIR evaluates the efficiency, effectiveness, costs, and benefits of publicly funded health care and health professions training programs, public health campaigns, delivery system innovations, and clinical interventions using a variety of evaluation designs and qualitative and quantitative methods.
This work informs sponsors about the implementation process and the outcomes achieved by programs and by demonstration projects that pave the way for system-wide innovations.
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AIR, in conjunction with Carilion Medical Center, is developing a series of socio-technical probabilistic risk assessment (ST-PRA) models to evaluate the effectiveness of team training in health care.
AIR and Carilion Medical Center worked together to identify the challenges of implementing patient safety initiatives to decrease hospital associated infections (HAIs).
AIR assisted the Veterans Health Administration’s (VHA’s) Office of Quality Performance (OQP) when they changed the content of their Survey of Healthcare Experiences of Patients to surveys modeled on the CAHPS Inpatient and Clinician-Group surveys.
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