Guidelines and Quality Care
ASH has developed the following resources for practitioners to help improve the quality of hematologic care provided to patients.
Evidence-based clinical practice guidelines developed by ASH to help members and other practicing hematologists improve patient care
Brief evidence-based guides covering red blood cell transfusion, von Willebrand disease, sickle cell disease, thrombosis, acute leukemia, MGUS, thrombocytopenia, and more
Evidence-based recommendations developed by ASH and other medical societies to prompt conversations between patients and clinicians about the necessity and potential harm of certain procedures
Clinical performance measures provided by ASH for individual quality improvement
Resources provided by ASH to support Program Directors, Fellows, and Trainees as they respond to changing program requirements for QI training.
Notification of intent to submit a proposal is due July 14, 2023. Full proposals are due August 11, 2023.
The two primary objectives for the planned study are:
- Identify barriers to implementing ASH clinical guidelines among clinicians and other medical professionals involved in the treatment of hematologic patients
- Identify enablers of implementing ASH clinical guidelines among clinicians and other medical professionals involved in the treatment of hematologic patients