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3/6/18grand rounds

grand rounds: inflammatory bowel disease

improving chronic disease management in inflammatory bowel disease

Originally presented on: January 31, 2018

Presented by Kelly Sandberg, MD, MSc-Assistant Professor in Pediatric Gastroenterology, WSU BSOM; Chief Medical Quality Improvement Officer, Pediatric Gastroenterologist, Dayton Children’s Hospital  

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Objectives:
1. Discuss the workup that should be done in the child suspected of having inflammatory bowel disease.
2. Review principles of population management and how they may be applicable to other chronic disease populations. 
3. Discuss various microsystems applicable to management of chronic disease populations.

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Kelly Sandberg, MD, MSc

gastroenterology
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