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What Are the Barriers to Success When Implementing Care Pathways for ICH Patients?

Haemin Go posted on 7/12/2022

Moderator: Jordan Bonomo, MD, FCCM, FNCS
Other Participants: Madeline Foertsch, PharmD, BCCCP

Care pathways for the management of ICH patients are often created with the best of intentions. However, barriers abound and can ruin even the best of intentions and design. EHRs are not as useful as we'd like at times as well and can even be misleading. Listen to this podcast with Drs. Foertsch and Bonomo as they talk through the challenges in managing ICH patients in the hyperacute setting and discuss the benefits

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