Browse topics. EPC Reports review all relevant scientific literature on clinical, behavioral, and organization and financing topics to produce evidence reports, technical reviews and technology assessments. From the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
To help reduce unnecessary or harmful treatments and tests, the AAFP recommends that family physicians have conversations with patients regarding the safety and efficacy of a number of tests and screenings.
Often called “the voice of CDC,” the MMWR series is the agency’s primary vehicle for scientific publication of health information and recommendations. Includes guidelines for the prevention and control of public health threats & all ACIP immunization recommendations, CDC's sexually transmitted diseases treatment guidelines, and Health Information for International Travelers.
Funding to support AHRQ's National Guideline Clearinghouse (NGC) ended on July 16, 2018. -- Public resource for evidence-based clinical practice guidelines. From the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality,
ECRI Institute to Continue Clinical Guideline Work Shuttered by Federal Government
Former contractor of AHRQ’s National Guideline Clearinghouse will provide healthcare professionals with trusted information
NQMC is a public resource for evidence-based quality measures and measure sets. Includes the HHS Measure Inventory, a repository of measures separate from the NQMC, captures measures currently being used by the agencies of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for quality measurement, improvement, and reporting. From AHRQ.
Clinical practice guidelines available in multiple languages. A not-for-profit organisation created and maintained as a public service with support from Cancer Research UK under the overall supervision of an international technical advisory board.
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