American Academy of Dermatology Evidence-Based Guideline Development Process: Responding to New Challenges and Establishing Transparency
Smith Begolka, Wendy
Elston, Dirk M
Beutner, Karl R
Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 2011 Jun; 64(6): e105-12
Evidence-based clinical guidelines are developed to educate and inform physicians about best practices in patient care, and assist providers in the application of treatments and technologies that can improve outcomes. Clinical guidelines also aid appeal of payment decisions; serve as the basis for quality measure development, appropriateness criteria, and maintenance of certification modules; and help identify areas for further clinical research.
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