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Five Steps to Safer Health Care: A flier explaining five ways you can have safer health care.

Cinco Recomendaciones para Recibir una Mejor Atención Médica: Un folleto que explica cinco recomendaciones para recibir una mejor atención médica.


The Agency for Health Research and Quality

The Agency for Health Research and Quality provides a wide variety of health related publications on their Website to assist consumers obtain the best care possible. AHRQ also maintains toll-free Publications Clearinghouse at 800-358-9295. Hearing impaired persons may call 888-586-6340 for the TDD service. Callers from outside of the United States only should use the telephone number (410) 381-3150. Written requests may be sent to: AHRQ Publications Clearinghouse, P.O. Box 8547, Silver Spring, MD 20907-8547. Electronic requests may be made to:
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The National Guideline Clearinghouse

This site is an online resource for hundreds of clinical practice guidelines on common medical conditions and treatments. The site is sponsored by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the American Medical Association, and the American Association of Health Plans Foundation.
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This site offers a wealth of health-related information including publications, clinical trial opportunities, and toll-free health hotlines.
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