New Care Pathway, Order Sets Align Care for Patients With Upper GI Bleeding
January 27, 2021 | 1 min. to read
Bleeding in the upper gastrointestinal tract is potentially life-threatening and often requires hospitalization. A Care Reliability project led by Northwestern Medicine gastroenterologists and hospitalists has resulted in new systemwide care recommendations to improve safety, efficiency and quality of care for patients with upper GI bleeding. The project also aims to reduce regional variation in length of stay, timing of interventions and supply use.
For more information about the systemwide upper GI care pathway, view the presentations below: