A new report from AcademyHealth explains how the AHRQ-funded Electronic Data Methods Forum brought together clinical and bioinformatics innovators, helped these experts set research priorities and enabled them to disseminate findings to diverse audiences. The forum, established in 2010 to connect 11 AHRQ grantees working to improve health care through the use of electronic health data, now includes more than 4,000 participants who use clinical data to examine and solve health care challenges. Since its inception, the forum has led national dialogues on issues such as health data governance, data sharing, methods and analytics, and dissemination of findings.
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