Nominations Sought for AHRQ's Health Care Advisory Panel

The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality is accepting nominations for public positions on its National Advisory Council for Healthcare Research and Quality. The advisory council is charged with helping to improve the safety, quality, efficiency, and effectiveness of U.S. health care as a whole.

Seven members' terms are set to expire in November. AHRQ said yesterday it seeks individuals who are distinguished in research, medical practice, in the private health care sector, or in fields including law, ethics, health care economics, and information systems. Members generally serve three-year terms.

Nominations are due by June 15 to: Ms. Deborah Queenan, AHRQ, 540 Gaither Road, Room 3238, Rockville, MD 20850. To reach her, call 301-427-1330.

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