Quality improvement program produces better IBD outcomes

AUSTIN, Texas — A quality improvement program that helps facilities make changes in practice structure and share best practices helped improve outcomes among patients with inflammatory bowel disease, according to research presented at Crohn’s and Colitis Congress.
“Measures or quality indicators of care for IBD have been developed and published. However, there are multiple studies that have shown significant variation in the quality of IBD care suggesting that there may be significant room for improvement,” Gil Y. Melmed, MD, director of IBD clinical research at

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