Evaluate if Guideline Recommendations "Fit" Your Patients

You'll be asked how to evaluate, interpret, and apply clinical guidelines in day-to-day practice.

We know guidelines and other expert guidance (white papers, decision pathways, etc) are often used to drive quality measures.

But guidelines aren't meant to be a "cookbook approach" to patient care. Plus guidance between various organizations often conflicts...due to differing opinions, gaps in evidence, goals of care, etc.

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