Anne Rose, Pharmacy Coordinator email@example.com
Phone: (608) 263-9738
The University of Wisconsin anticoagulation services are managed through the UW Health Anticoagulation Stewardship Program. The Anticoagulation Stewardship Program is involved with the management of antithrombotic and procoagulant agents in all patient care settings including inpatient, outpatient and procedure areas.
The goal of the program is to maximize safety, quality and outcomes for patients receiving these agents across UW Health. Our Stewardship Program officially launched in the fall of 2009 and is comprised of a team of physicians, pharmacists, nurses, dieticians and technical specialists who are all dedicated to improving patient care.
UW Health Recognized for Reducing Inpatient Blood Clots
UW Health has been recognized by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as one of eight institutions in the U.S. that have come up with effective ways to reduce hospital-acquired blood clots. Learn more about the CDC recognition
Anticoagulation Center of Excellence
Our Anticoagulation Clinic passed the AC Forum's assessment program to become an Anticoagulation Center of Excellence. The rigorous assessment gave us the chance to measure our practice against five key areas of patient care. The program also gives us ongoing access to a rich library of resources providing guidelines and tools to keep up with the changing field of anticoagulation.
Participation in this program demonstrates our ongoing goal to achieve the highest level of care and the best possible outcomes for our patients on antithrombotic medications. Learn more about the Anticoagulation Forum