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Clinical Practice Guidelines

As a health care provider, you understand that staying up-to-date on the latest clinical practice guidelines is a vital component of building a thriving medical practice. Though clinical practice guidelines are not definitive practice guidelines and are not intended to replace your judgment, they are nonetheless invaluable resources. They suggest ways to incorporate the latest research findings into the care you provide for your patients. Implementing them can greatly improve patient care by reminding you of the complicating factors of treating multi-symptom diseases.

Because we want you to have easy, convenient access to our clinical practice guidelines, we have compiled them here. The Clinical Guidelines for Physicians can be viewed and printed by physicians and physician offices via the list below:

These guidelines are adapted from nationally recognized sources such as the American Diabetes Association, the American Academy of Family Practice, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Every year, our clinical practice guidelines are reviewed and updated by the Medical Advisory Council.

If you have any questions about Paramount’s clinical practice guidelines or need more information, please feel free to email us.