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Performance Improvement and Quality Improvement at National Jewish Health
Lung Cancer Care is Focus of Initiative
The overall goal of this initiative is to improve the quality of care for patients visiting National Jewish Health’s Lung Cancer Center and to extend the best practices from this effort to those who treat lung cancer throughout the United States via high impact enduring materials.
Funded by educational grants from Genentech and Lilly, the program addresses gaps in lung cancer treatment as well as in patient education and communication. Read more.
Assessing Asthma Control to Improve Patient Outcomes
Beyound the 5 A's: What You Can Do for Smoking Cessation in Your Practice
Contemporary Management of COPD: An Overview of Current and Emerging Therapeutic Strategies
Knowledge and Outcomes in Rheumatoid Arthritis and its Cardiovascular Manifestations: Closing the Gap
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Supraglottic Index Learning Program
The Supraglottic Index Learning Program is intended to educate pulmonologists and allergists on anatomy and abnormalities of the supraglottic area to help in phenotyping refractory asthma in order to direct specific personalized therapy for their patients.
Intended audience: Pulmonologists, allergists, ENT, PA, NP, and other health care professionals who treat patients with asthma (in particular, refractory) and have a possibility of high reflux
Topic areas: Respiratory and GI
Medical subject(s): Laryngopharyngeal reflux, microaspiration
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