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AHRQ (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality) reports from 2007 forward on health care in the US. Organized around four dimensions of quality of care —effectiveness, patient safety, timeliness, and patient centeredness.
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The US's "most comprehensive source of hospital data, including information on in-patient care, ambulatory care, and emergency department visits...[for] health care delivery and patient outcomes over time and at the national, regional state and community levels."
From AHRQ: "...the only national data source measuring how Americans use and pay for medical care, health insurance, and out-of-pocket spending. Annual surveys of individuals and families, as well as their health care providers, provide data on health status, the use of medical services, charges, insurance coverage, and satisfaction with care."
Quarterly compilation of whie and working papers, reports, statistical data from public and private agencies on health care topics, such as uninsured, underinsured, adolescent, maternal and child health, health disparities, reproductive health, health reform, aging.