SHM FAST Program: Supplementary Series
The main goal of the The Society of Hospital Medicine Facilitation of Anticoagulation for Safer Transitions (SHM FAST) program is to improve patient safety and prevent potentially avoidable complications by enhancing patient empowerment and reducing discontinuity of care. In addition to providing a detailed blueprint for performing a ToC process for the VTE patient, this program is also designed to facilitate the anticoagulation management of this population.
The following is a two part series that is supplement to the SHM FAST Implementation Guide.
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