NQMC offers a free e-mail subscription service that allows users to receive notification
by e-mail when new information is available.
How to Subscribe
If you wish to subscribe to NQMC's weekly newsletter, please visit the
AHRQ Subscription page .
After entering your e-mail address, you will be asked to choose your e-mail delivery preference. This feature
allows you to determine how frequently you receive e-mails from NQMC. You will also be given the option to add a
password to protect your subscriber preferences. When you are satisfied with your choices, click on the "Save"
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You will then be given a list of additional AHRQ-related subscription options to select. When you are
satisfied with your choices, click on the "Save" button at the bottom of the page.
Subscribe to Sister Resources
If you are interested in subscribing to e-mail alerts from NQMC's sister Web sites, you may do so by visiting their respective sites:
You may also subscribe to these resources from the
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NGC weekly e-mail option available under the "Clinical Information" category.
You will find the Health Care Innovations Exchange weekly e-mail option under
the "Quality & Patient Safety" category.
How to Change or Cancel Your Subscription
Visit the AHRQ Subscription page to change or cancel your subscription(s), or to update your subscriber profile.
E-mail updates are a free service provided by AHRQ. Your e-mail address will only be used
to deliver the requested updates, and provide you with access to your subscription information.
For more information, please see AHRQ.gov's
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Page Last Reviewed or Updated: May 29, 2014