Addressing clinical care for patients with rare bleeding disorders through the implementation of clinical pathways in the hospital

This webinar is on-demand and can be viewed at your convenience.

People with rare bleeding disorders may present to the hospital with bleeding that can be life or limb threatening if they do not receive proper clinical management in a timely manner. Hospital-based clinical pathways are important in providing proper clinical management and achieving optimal patient outcomes. During this presentation, we will review example clinical pathways that were developed, in collaboration with experts in hematology, emergency medicine, and clinical pharmacy, for those patients presenting to the hospital with a rare bleeding disorder. To be successful, a pathway must not only have buy-in and support from leadership, but from the frontline staff who will use the pathway at the point of care. A leader in clinical pathway development will also discuss the key stakeholders involved in the development of a clinical pathway and provide best practices for how to implement a clinical pathway for rare bleeding disorders into your institution.

Learning Points:
  • Learn how clinical pathways can optimize clinical care through implementation of standardized processes
  • Discuss strategies for implementing clinical pathways in a hospital setting
  • Understand best practices in developing clinical pathways and learn how to apply clinical pathways in rare bleeding disorders into your hospital


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Deanna Maida, MD

Assistant Professor of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, Medical Director of the Pediatric Thrombosis Program, Co-Medical Director of the South Texas Hemophilia Treatment Center, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio