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AF4Q Greater Boston teams up with Consumer Reports to Releases Patient Experience Data
Published: Jun. 04, 2012

Massachusetts Health Quality Partners (MHQP) and Consumers Reports collaborated to provide Massachusetts consumers with reliable and useful information about primary care physicians. Together, MHQP...

Author: Kristin Carman & Shoshanna Sofaer
Presentation slides and meeting materials shared during the National Meeting held in Washington, DC, May 12-14, 2010.

Author: American Institutes for Research
This report was prepared specifically for AF4Q. It includes comprehensive information on the many choices communities have when determining how best to display information. Advantages and challenge...

This report commissioned by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in 2009 is a compilation of focus group research and provides useful insights into making online information about physician performan...

Author: Informed Patient Institute
The Informed Patient Institute (IPI) is an independent nonprofit organization that rates the usefulness of online health care report cards

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Background 16 Communities, 37 Million People. One Goal Aligning Forces for Quality (AF4Q) is the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s signature effort to lift the overal...

Published: Aug 2010
Author: AF4Q National Program Office
A report summarizing the aggregate findings from the assessment of current R/E/L data collection and use across the AF4Q Alliances, including several recommendations for implementing the framework ...

Workshop D: How To Master The Art of Effective Convening

"If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." Learning how to thoughtfully and purposefully convene the right people in the right way at the right time is part a...

How can my organization make our health care quality website more consumer friendly?

  The recommendations here will help grow consumer interest in your website and encourage more return visits. If you build it well, they will come.    Before you do an...

Why do consumers need to know how much things cost?

  With the growth of high-deductible health plans and other cost-sharing measures, many consumers are beginning to shoulder a greater share of their own health costs. When consumers bec...

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