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Clinical Care Options Company Profile

15:20 EDT 24th July 2014 | BioPortfolio

Clinical Care Options, a leader in the development of innovative, interactive, online medical education programs and proprietary medical education technologies for healthcare professionals, creates and publishes original continuing medical education and information resources that are designed specifically for healthcare providers in the areas of HIV, hepatitis/gastroenterology, and oncology. CCO's educational programs are developed not only to provide the latest scientific information but also to support the understanding, confidence, application, and competence of healthcare professional learners. In addition to the latest point-of-care resource, CCO inPractice, CCO provides a spectrum of live and online educational programs and formats. For more information about the company and its programs, visit its Web site at clinicaloptions.com.


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Sequentia rolls out discharge planner to help hospitals, patients navigate extended care options

Gennaro Luce learned firsthand the stress involved with finding an extended care facility that matched his wife’s grandmother’s needs when they were handed a list of options a day and...

Sequentia rolls out discharge planner to help hospitals, patients navigate extended-care options

Gennaro Luce learned firsthand about the stress involved with finding an extended-care facility that matched his wife’s grandmother’s needs when they were handed a list of options a day an...

Understanding Choice Why Physicians Should Learn Prospect Theory

Patients and their physicians work collaboratively to make medical decisions. Typically, they review a number of options and ultimately settle on a preferred choice. In some cases the choice is clear,...

Ethics and Regulatory Complexities for Pragmatic Clinical Trials

Some patients do not receive the best care possible, either because research to support clinical decision making with high-quality evidence is lacking or because evidence-based practices are not routi...

Updating Practice Guidelines

In this issue of JAMA, Neuman et al assessed the proportion of class I clinical practice guideline recommendations from the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association (ACC/AHA) that cha...

Rethinking the Information Priorities of Patients

There is growing interest in offering patients better information to guide their health care decisions, from choosing a clinician or hospital to deciding which surgical procedure to consider. The avai...

Pharmacyclics: 7 Different Insiders Have Sold Shares During The Last 30 Days

By Markus Aarnio:Pharmacyclics (PCYC) is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and commercializing innovative small-molecule drugs for the treatment of cancer and immune-med...

The expanding role of social workers in patient care

Social workers will see their roles in patient care expand as hospitals and other providers draw on a range of professionals to meet the demands of the Affordable Care Act, experts told the Boston Col...

PubMed Articles [7192 Associated PubMed Articles listed on BioPortfolio]

Communication About Advance Directives and End-of-Life Care Options Among Internal Medicine Residents.

Background:Despite increasing awareness about the importance of discussing end-of-life (EOL) care options with terminally ill patients and families, many physicians remain uncomfortable with these dis...

Diabetic charcot neuroarthropathy of the hand: clinical course, diagnosis, and treatment options.

Palliative care in people with idiopathic Parkinson's disease who die in hospital.

The UK National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence guidelines state that palliative care options for people with Parkinson's disease (PD) should be discussed.

Improving preferred place of care options for hospitalised patients at the end of life.

Although most people die in hospital, most would prefer to die elsewhere. Ensuring that people's preferred priorities of care are achieved is a key aim for the End of Life Care Strategy.

A22: consensus treatment plans for induction therapy in childhood proliferative lupus nephritis-status of use in daily clinical care.

Consensus treatment plans (CTPs) serve as an alternative strategy to randomized controlled trials for assessing treatment effects. The CTPs for induction therapy of childhood proliferative lupus nephr...

Clinical Trials [2794 Associated Clinical Trials listed on BioPortfolio]

Improving Decision Making About Feeding Options for Dementia

This study is a randomized trial to test whether a decision aid can help to improve the quality of decision making about feeding options in care of patients with dementia.

Use of a Patient Decision Aid for Gastrologic Endoscopy in a Pediatric Setting

Parents need understandable information in order to make appropriate choices for their child's health care. This is especially true when making decisions about invasive medical procedures....

Chronic Low Back Pain and Primary Health Care

Kentucky ranks 2nd in disability among states, with chronic low back pain (CLBP) as a major disability, especially in the investigators rural areas. Kentucky and U.S. health care providers...

Experimental Prospective Study on the Effectiveness and Efficiency of the Implementation of Clinical Pathways

The purpose of this study is to determine whether the use of clinical pathways improves the quality of the hospital care of decompensated heart failure patients.

Evaluating ABX-EGF Plus Best Supportive Care Versus Best Supportive Care in Subjects withMetastatic Colorectal Cancer

The purpose of this study is to determine that ABX-EGF, using the proposed regimen, will safely increase progression free survival in subjects with metastatic colorectal cancer who have fa...

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Clinical Care Options

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The Amacore Group

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Cedar Hills Hospital

Cedar Hills Hospital is a private, freestanding psychiatric hospital specializing in mental health and chemical dependency care for adults. As a community service, Cedar Hills Hos...

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