In support of World Health Day 2019, Wolters Kluwer, Health is raising awareness of the global challenge of care variation in clinical practice. In fact, most countries have anywhere from a two-to-twenty-fold variation in quality of care for the same condition. We believe that every patient deserves to benefit from the very best knowledge and evidence. As we focus today on WHO's mission to pursue universal healthcare, we're challenging healthcare practitioners to assess their approach to evidence-based practice and patient-centered care in their practice.
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We've provided some recommended reading from our collection of society journals, blogs, and other high-quality resources supporting physicians, nurses and all members of the care team:
Blogs and Articles You Should Be Reading
- Stopping Variations in Care Starts With Harmonizing Clinical Decisions - Health Clarity
- Patients Must Always Be at the Center of Healthcare - Lippincott NursingCenter
- 5 Fascinating AR & VR Applications in Medicine - Visible Body
- Reducing Unwarranted Variability in Care - Health Clarity
- Reduce Variability of Care: Factors, Benefits and Methods - Lippincott Solutions
- The Road to Clinical Effectiveness - Health Clarity
- Wolters Kluwer Helps Mercy Ships Provide Healing and State-of-the-Art Care for the World's Poor - Lexicomp
- Using the Best Available Evidence for the Business of Healthcare - Lippincott Solutions
- Harmonized Decision-Making Can Help Rein in Costs, Deliver More Effective Care - Health Clarity
Recommended Lippincott Articles
- The Promotion of Social Justice in Healthcare - Nursing Made Incredibly Easy
- Confronting barriers to improve healthcare literacy and cultural competency in disparate populations - Nursing2018
- Universal Health Insurance Coverage in Vietnam: A Stakeholder Analysis From Policy Proposal (1989) to Implementation (2014) - Journal of Public Health Management and Practice
- Trend and Factors Associated With Healthcare Use and Costs in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A Decade Experience of a Universal Health Insurance Program - Medical Care
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health: Creating safe spaces and caring for patients with cultural humility - Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners
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