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Clinical pathways assist clinicians in standardizing the evaluation, diagnosis, and care of patients with specific conditions, with the goal of achieving optimal outcomes. They translate national guidelines and the best available evidence for clinical application into local context. Clinical pathways are used to inform decision-making at the point of care, to train new clinicians on evidence-based practice, and to support continuous improvement. 1
Clinical improvement teams (CITs) include providers, nurses, pharmacists, community based primary care providers and specialists, and parents/caregivers involved in the care of patients with a specific condition. These multidisciplinary teams ensure a comprehensive approach to clinical pathway development.
Clinical pathways are reviewed and updated on a regular basis to encourage continuous improvement and to align with the best available evidence.
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