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Integrated Care Pathways 2005

Integrated Care Pathways 2005 Journal if CONFERENCE REPORT Professor Massimiliano Panella, Faculty of Medicine, University of Eastern Piedmont 'Amedeo Avogadro', Italy 28-29 June, Church House, Westminster, London Talk: Clinical pathways: the Italian experience The fifth two-day annual conference examining the Professor Panella then gave an overview of clinical role of integrated care pathways (ICPs) in improving pathway developments in Italy, including feedback on the quality of patient care started and ended each day the Italian pathway workshop with case studies and with a joint session. The main part of each day examples of good practice. He outlined how, despite the provided a choice of sessions for delegates to select many major failures experienced during the introduc­ from according to their knowledge and level of tion of clinical pathways, there were some incredible experience, or their interest in condition-specific care results demonstrating remarkable reductions in mortal­ pathways. Throughout the two days Jenny Gray, ity. The results of the heart failure pathway, from nine Director of ICP specialists Venture Training and hospitals, showed a mortality rate in cases of 5.58% Consulting, provided individual sessions for delegates compared with a rate of 15.42% in controls (P>OJJ1). to discuss their ICP developments and benefit from their expert http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Integrated Care Pathways SAGE

Integrated Care Pathways 2005

Journal of Integrated Care Pathways , Volume 9 (2): 4 – Aug 1, 2005

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SAGE
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© 2005 SAGE Publications
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1473-2297
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10.1177/147322970500900210
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Journal if CONFERENCE REPORT Professor Massimiliano Panella, Faculty of Medicine, University of Eastern Piedmont 'Amedeo Avogadro', Italy 28-29 June, Church House, Westminster, London Talk: Clinical pathways: the Italian experience The fifth two-day annual conference examining the Professor Panella then gave an overview of clinical role of integrated care pathways (ICPs) in improving pathway developments in Italy, including feedback on the quality of patient care started and ended each day the Italian pathway workshop with case studies and with a joint session. The main part of each day examples of good practice. He outlined how, despite the provided a choice of sessions for delegates to select many major failures experienced during the introduc­ from according to their knowledge and level of tion of clinical pathways, there were some incredible experience, or their interest in condition-specific care results demonstrating remarkable reductions in mortal­ pathways. Throughout the two days Jenny Gray, ity. The results of the heart failure pathway, from nine Director of ICP specialists Venture Training and hospitals, showed a mortality rate in cases of 5.58% Consulting, provided individual sessions for delegates compared with a rate of 15.42% in controls (P>OJJ1). to discuss their ICP developments and benefit from their expert

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Published: Aug 1, 2005

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