Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s (AHRQ), Center for Evidence and Practice Improvement has announced a national priority to improve the care of patients with Multiple Chronic Conditions (MCC). Patients will MCC’s account for:

  • 64% of all clinic visits
  • 70% of all in-patient hospital stays
  • 83% of prescriptions
  • 71% of national healthcare spending
  • Children and adolescents with MCCs are escalating

AHRQ’s Federal Commitment:

  • Evidence and guidelines addressing cumulative and interactive efforts on MCCs
  • New ways of communicating care overcoming traditional silos and support teamwork
  • Innovative uses of technology bringing evidence to point of care and enable effective care coordination and integration


Will continue to provide FREE resources on policy and practice updates to improve the largest U.S. patient population. A new patient portal is under construction to offer evidence-based patient information to support patient-centered care and outcomes