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Delivering high-quality clinical care is a central priority for rheumatologists and others who care for patients with rheumatic disease.
The ACR has developed resources to help you deliver the best care possible for your rheumatology patients and measure your actions and decisions for purposes of quality improvement and/or reporting.
Find information on the administration of biologic, antiresorptive, and other medications used to treat patients with rheumatic disease. (We are updating the guides and they will be available soon.)Medication Guides
Find information on ACR-endorsed measures and disease activity and functional status assessments for use in rheumatology clinical practice and research.Quality Measurement
Pediatric to Adult Care Transition
Find a toolkit developed to assist in the transition of young adults with lupus and juvenile idiopathic arthritis from the care of a pediatric rheumatology practice to an adult practice.Toolkit
Guideline and Criteria App
The ACR’s Guideline and Criteria App is the go-to mobile tool for clinicians to implement guideline recommendations and criteria sets into practice. The app features interactive tools to inform treatment decisions at the point of care, including algorithms, scores and calculators, full guideline and criteria content, keyword searches, customizable bookmarks, and note-taking capabilities. Download the free app on the App Store or Google Play and have quick access on your iOS or Android device.
ACR Guideline Pocket Cards
The ACR's Guideline Pocket Cards are quick reference tools for clinicians available for purchase as printed pocket guides and digital apps.
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