What Have We Learned and Where Do We Go From Here? Three Years of the National Healthcare Disparities Report
The first National Healthcare Disparities Report was issued by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality in 2003. Now, three years later, the Kaiser Family Foundation hosts a forum to discuss what has been learned following the release of AHRQ’s latest progress report on disparities, and how that information can guide us going forward. During the forum, panelists and the audience discuss how the report can inform policy, research and efforts of health plans and provider groups to improve quality and reduce disparities.
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