Items in FPM on Topic: Clinical process improvement

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As Good As It Could Get: Remaking the Medical Practice - Feature

Helping Patients Take Charge of Their Chronic Illnesses - Feature

Making Diabetes Checkups More Fruitful - Improving Patient Care

13 Months of Quality Improvement: Did It Work? - Improving Patient Care

The Family Practice Management Practice Self-Test - Feature

Responding to an Unfavorable Quality Assurance Audit - Improving Patient Care

Starting a Revolution in Office-Based Care - Feature

30 Standardized Hospital Admission Orders - Improving Patient Care

Building a New Health Care System - Editor's Page

Improving Anticoagulation Management at the Point of Care - Feature

ABSTRACT: Many physicians and other providers attempt therapeutic warfarin oversight without regularly scheduled anticoagulation appointments. Studies show that the risk of major bleeding or thromboembolic events due to warfarin therapy is between 2 percent and 12 percent per year. Point-of-care anticoagulation devices are convenient for patients and physicians and allow for patient-focused anticoagulation care.

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