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Webinar: Preparing to implement and meet the AHRQ’s National Guideline Clearinghouse’s revised inclusion criteria: Who is ready?

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This webinar describes the AHRQ’s National Guideline Clearinghouse’s (NGC’s) readiness to implement, as well as participating guideline developer organizations’ readiness to meet the revised criteria for inclusion of clinical practice guidelines. Changes are underway in NGC processes and NGC site functionality to support implementation of the revised criteria. These changes are described. In addition, examples of "goodness of fit" assessments conducted to determine if guidelines meet the revised criteria are shared and audit results indicating the criteria most often not met are highlighted. Plus, implications for guideline developers and potential solutions to facilitate guideline developer readiness for the June 1, 2014 implementation date are presented.

Recording of the webinar

  • Mar 25, 2014
  • 12:00 pm
  • Webinar
  • 1:30 hours
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Mary Nix
NGC Staff Lead, Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality

Vivian Coates

NGC Project Director, ECRI Institute

Lisa Haskell

NGC Project Manager, ECRI Institute

Sandra Zelman Lewis, PhD

Chair-Elect, G-I-N North America Steering
President, EBQ Consulting

Learning Objectives:

The objectives of this interactive webinar are for participants to:
1.        Review the main changes to NGC’s revised clinical practice guideline inclusion criteria.
2.        Describe how you will be able to find the guidelines in NGC that meet the revised criteria.
3.        Identify which of the revised criteria, and sub-criteria where relevant, present the largest gaps in eligibility for guideline inclusion in NGC.
4.        Describe steps guideline developers can take to be ready for NGC’s June 1, 2014 implementation date.

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