K/DOQI: Clinical Practice Guidelines
The Kidney Diseases Outcomes Quality Initiative or K/DOQI provides evidence-based clinical practice guidelines developed by volunteer physicians and health care providers for all stages of chronic kidney disease and related complications, from diagnosis to monitoring and management. Click here for more information.
Safe Kidney Care
This website was established as a general resource for people with chronic kidney disease, but who do not require dialysis or transplant. It is not intended to be a substitute for the care of an informed health care provider. Since every patient is different, some of the information may not be suitable for all those who visit the site. Please discuss the information you discover on this website with your healthcare provider so you can work together with them to develop a care plan that is best for you. Click here for more information.
At the National Kidney Foundation (NKF), we recognize that caring about patients is the practitioner’s top priority. But the volume of patients in today’s healthcare environment challenges capacities and leaves practitioners constantly seeking better knowledge to maintain and improve the quality of care.
That is why we’re launching CKDintercept, an exciting new initiative to provide the knowledge and tools to alter chronic kidney disease (CKD) outcomes, improve patients’ quality of life, and have an impact on CKD healthcare spending nationwide. Early diagnosis and treatment can slow or stop the progression of CKD as well as avoid outlays of billions in healthcare dollars for end-stage renal disease (ESRD) care. For more information visit https://www.kidney.org/CKDintercept.
For more information for professionals visit: https://www.kidney.org/professionals
Are you looking for the latest APPS available for professionals? Visit https://www.kidney.org/apps for more information.