Diagnosis and treatment for venous thromboembolic disease (VTE) have evolved considerably through diagnostic and therapeutic innovations. Despite their considerable potential for enhancing care, however, the extent to which these innovations are being adopted in usual practice is unknown. We documented the infrastructure available in hospitals and health regions across Canada for provision of optimal diagnosis and therapy for VTE disease.
Citation: (attribution share-alike licence)
Southern DA, Poole J, Patel A, Waters N, Pilote L, Hull RD, et al.
Health system capacity and infrastructure for adopting innovations to care for patients with venous thromboembolic disease.
Open Med 2014;8(2):e46–e53
Creative Commons: Attribution-ShareAlike• The author must be named.
Uploaded on 06.05.2014 by
Danielle A Southern, Jasmine Poole, Alka Patel, et al.