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2021 BMS Annual Poster Gallery: Voted Best in Class
MediCom Worldwide, Inc., is pleased to share that our education and quality improvement initiative titled "Improving Care Disparities for Black Americans in Mississippi with Venous Thromboembolism: The Role of Care Transitions in Critical Access Hospitals," was selected as Best in Class in the cardiovascular category by Bristol Myers Squibb for their 2021 Annual Poster Gallery.

The quality improvement study, which is in progress, will evaluate whether a VTE Care Transitions Coordinator working with patients with a first-time diagnosis of VTE and subsequently discharged on a DOAC can decrease readmission rates for VTE within the 30-day discharge period and improve patient activation measures.
Patient Video: What message would you give to healthcare providers that could impact the next patient they see?
Interview with patient advocate, Leslie Lake of The National Blood Clot Alliance
What message do you have for HCPs treating patients with blood clots and what should patients expect?
VTE Risk Assessment Tool
How do you estimate the pretest probability for acute DVT and PE?

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