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Reconsidering Race in Clinical Algorithms
The Council of Medical Specialty Societies in partnership with the Doris Duke Foundation, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, and National Academy of Medicine, invited thought leaders across medicine, research, technology, patient advocacy, and policy to explore current field efforts, challenges, and timely opportunities to bolster actions for more rigorous consideration of race in the design, implementation, and monitoring of clinical algorithms.
Best Practices for Treating Long COVID Summit: Summary Report
The Best Practices for Treating Long COVID Summit was sponsored by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality in partnership with the Office of Senator Tim Kaine to hear directly from patients and clinicians about their experiences with Long COVID. The discussions were designed to drive Senator Kaine’s work in the Senate and to inform the whole of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS’) efforts to address Long COVID.
Optimizing Health and Function as We Age: Roundtable Report
Sponsored by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), the Optimizing Health and Functional Status as We Age Roundtable’s purpose was to identify how AHRQ can have meaningful impact with respect to research, dissemination, and implementation of evidence to improve the organization and delivery of healthcare with the goal of optimizing the health, functional status, and well-being of the U.S. population as it ages.