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Electronic medical records are a critical component of health care delivery. The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act of 2009 provided $19.2 billion to increase the use of electronic medical records by physicians and hospitals. A portion of this funding wa
AIR leads the evaluation of the Regional Extension Center grant program for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of the National Coordinator of Health Information Technology. The 62 Centers help more than 100,000 primary care providers “meaningfully use” electronic health records.
AIR is evaluating Prime Time Sister Circles®, a program designed to help mid-life African-American women take control of their health by improving health habits, monitoring and managing key health indicators (hypertension and weight), reducing stress, increasing physical activity, and improving n
With Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funding, AIR is working with the Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission to evaluate the effects of the State of Maryland's modified payment structure for acute inpatient stays at non-federal hospitals.
AIR is working alongside the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute to develop, implement, and evaluate the National Blood Disorders Program (NBDP). The NBDP’s initial focus is on sickle cell disease and the release of the first evidence-based clinical practice guidelines to manage the condition.