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AHRQ Innovations Exchange ▲ May 22, 2013 Issue

AHRQ Innovations Exchange

May 22, 2013 Issue
Improving Care for Frontier Populations Improving Care for Frontier Populations  

Spotlight On...
New Innovations Exchange Video Series
AHRQ announces a new video series, Healthcare Policy Innovations: Changing Care, Improving Health, which highlights policy innovations that led to more efficient follow-up care for patients discharged from the hospital, enhanced access to care for low-income patients, and improved health for children with asthma.
New Perspective
Telehealth Improves Access and Quality of Care for Alaska Natives
Stewart Ferguson, PhD, Chief Information Officer for the Alaska Native Tribal Health Care Consortium
and John Kokesh, MD, Medical Director of the Department of Otolaryngology at the Alaska Native Medical Center

Events & Podcasts
Upcoming TweetChat
Join us on Twitter Tuesday, June 18, at noon ET for a live TweetChat with Dr. Rebecca Weintraub Brendel, Clinical Director of the Veterans Program at the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program and Dr. Benjamin Miller, Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine. We will discuss how the Boston Red Sox Foundation has teamed with Massachusetts General Hospital to support veterans with PTSD and their families. Use the #AHRQIX hashtag to participate in the conversation. For more information, visit the Event page.

Upcoming Web Event
Join the Innovations Exchange for the last Web event in our new series designed to share experiences and lessons learned in putting accountable care organization and patient-centered medical home principles into practice. Registration is required.

Wednesday, June 5, 1 – 2 pm ET
Building Health Information Exchanges To Support Accountable Care Organizations and Medical Homes: Delaware’s Experience

Thank you for participating!
Thank you for joining us May 9 for the Web event titled A Close Look at Care Coordination Within Patient-Centered Medical Homes: West Virginia’s Experience. Event materials are available on the Event page.


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