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Adverse Drug Event Screening Tool

Source: Qualis Health

This is a one-page screening tool for providers to screen patients taking high-risk medications (opioids, anti-diabetics, and anticoagulants) for potential ADE and ADE. It is intended as a data collection tool (self-reporting medication safety), but also provides a basis for educating patients about potential adverse drug events associated with high risk medications.

AnticoagEvaluator App

Source: American College of Cardiology

This app helps providers to make decisions on antithrombotic therapy for non-valvular AF patients.

Anticoagulation Management Discharge Communication (Audit Tool)

Source: AQIN

The Anticoagulation Management Discharge Communication Audit tools list the elements that should be communicated to subsequent providers during care transitions. The elements were developed via expert consensus and the audit tools can help facilities identify and resolve communication flaws which may contribute to high-risk medication-related adverse drug events. These tools can be used in any care setting (hospital, skilled nursing facility, home healthcare, etc.).

Anticoagulation Toolkit

Source: Michigan Anticoagulation Quality Improvement Initiative (MAQI2)

This toolkit was produced to inform both patient and providers about anticoagulant, or blood thinner, medications.

"Management of Anticoagulation in the Peri-Procedural Period" App for Apple and Android Devices

Source: Atlantic Quality Innovation Network - IPRO 

This is the website for an app to assist clinicians with peri-procedural anti-coagulants.

Management Strategies for Patients with Atrial Fibrillation

Source: Health Quality Innovators

This fact sheet for providers helps to initiate stroke prevention techniques and to assess a patient's risk of stroke.

 Prescriber and Patient Treatment Agreement

Source: Beneficiary Developed

This agreement was created with patient input on content and can be used to clearly document both patient and provider responsibilities during pain management. This can be used as a "pain contract" as it allows signatures and agreements about pain treatment plans.

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