Practice-based programs

Personal practice assessments and chart review-type programs are efficient tools to transfer knowledge into practice. They can enhance adherence to guideline protocols and help physicians improve the delivery of quality healthcare to their patients.

Upon completing the practice-based activity, HCPs are provided with a dynamically-generated summary report to better understand their practice patterns in terms of diagnosis, treatment, and patient management. This report also allows physicians to compare their results with their baseline or with those of their peers on a regional, national or international level. After successfully completing the program, physicians can claim credits from accrediting bodies.

Learnings/outcomes of this exercise could be presented to peers, presented in a congress (poster/abstract) and/or reported in a peer-reviewed manuscript.