Does your organization need an experienced guide?

Do you develop or adopt evidence based clinical practice guidelines?

Do you want evidence-based quality improvement?

Do you know where to start?

 Better evidence can help your organization improve the quality of care you deliver AND your bottom line.

Better processes mean that

You'll spend less time changing, more time improving.


Evidence Based Quality Improvement

Quality Improvement and Patient Safety

You’ve started many new quality improvement and patient safety initiatives. You’ve invested organizational time and resources in the initiatives, and then you’ve watched as they were abandoned for the next big thing.

How many were successful?

How many were sustained?

How much did they cost?

I suspect that you aren’t completely satisfied with what you’re doing now and your results. Why?

Because you are looking for a better way.

Evidence Based Guidelines

Clinical Practice Guidelines and Decision Support

Your organization develops, adopts, or adapts clinical practice guidelines to support decisions about the management of individual patients. You are part of the team responsible for the creation or selection of these guidelines. You want guidelines and decision support tools that are relevant, trustworthy, valid, easy to use, and adjustable to individual patient needs. How do you begin?

Systematic Evidence Reviews

Systematic Review of Evidence

You need the best evidence. The best evidence comes from rigorous and unbiased search and evaluation of existing data. TheEvidenceDoc finds and unlocks the best data by decoding study findings into usable evidence. Whether you want to start from scratch with new systematic reviews or prefer locating, evaluating and applying evidence from existing systematic reviews, TheEvidenceDoc will get you the best evidence available to answer your clinical questions, develop evidence based guidance, and embed evidence based clinical decision support for system wide improvement.


“To find a doctor that understands the “supply chain” of evidence-to-quality is like unearthing a gem. And when I say understand I’m not talking superficial; I’m talking depth - a depth that includes nuances and insight critical to solid data collection & interpretation; a depth that facilitates design of practical approaches to working the “supply chain” toward improved health outcomes; a depth permitting selection of relevant endpoints and goals. Belinda is a real world evidence-to-quality doctor!” — Mary Nix, AHRQ