Reading #1: Health Services Research: An Evolving Definition of the Field (Lohr & Steinwachs)

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Health services research (hsr): an evolving definition of the field. Definition of health services research adopted on june 24, 2000. Its research domains are individuals, families, organizations, institutions, communities, and populations. 1966: the name health services research was formally recognized through the establishment of a federal government health services research study section to review grant proposals. 1969: the field gained broader recognition and increase funding with the establishment of the national center for health services research and development. Early 1970s: hsr was described as a field that develops methods for improving access to care, moderating the rate of medical care prices, and assuring the effectiveness of care. 1972: hsr seeks to improve the network for providing health care so that the fruits if biomedical research are readily available to all citizens. 1979: hsr is inquiry to produce knowledge about the structure, processes, and effects of personal health services.

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