Additional resources for providers
A tool that allows providers to quickly access and integrate IBD educational materials into individual EMR systems to provide patients with the latest information.
Foundation Journals - Inflammatory Bowel Diseases & Crohn’s & Colitis 360
These journals for the general public and health care professionals publish latest in Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis information.
This online community is a trusted source for professional advice, collaboration, support, and vital practice resources to help you deliver quality patient care. It is offered to professional members of the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation and the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG).
A collection of resources and educational materials for medical professionals on preventing malnutrition in IBD and supporting the goals of nutrition therapy to maintain or restore nutritional balance, manage GI symptoms, and possibly reduce inflammation.
The Foundation's Professional Education Committee, a subcommittee of the National Scientific Advisory Committee, has produced evidence-based health maintenance checklists for adult and pediatric IBD patients. The resources are viewable electronically and can be printed for use in your practice.
This interactive resource helps providers discuss anatomy with their patients and review where an individual’s disease may be active. The Guide is built to function on any internet-enabled device—smartphone, tablet, or computer—and is even disease-specific. It covers disease information in all areas of the body.
In light of current trends toward stricter utilization management, increased member cost-share, and other initiatives that may create a barrier to patient access, managed care professionals and affiliated network providers require education on the economic burden and health care resource utilization of IBD. Furthermore, given increased focus on value-based benefit design, utilization management, and payer-led clinical interventions to address shortfalls in provider practice, payer stakeholders also require an influx of valuable information to effectively address the evolving paradigm of disease management. The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation, in partnership with Impact Education, LLC® and Postgraduate Institute for Medicine, offer a number of resources for those in the payer community including this primer, an Inflammatory Bowel Diseases Clinical Primer and Care Pathway Tool Kit, and our expert interview, Discussing IBD Collaborations for Improved Access to Quality Care.
Educational seminars, conferences, meetings, and events throughout the country for health care professionals to expand their knowledge of IBD issues, network with other IBD leaders, and get inspired to improve patient care.
This highly competitive program accepts qualified gastroenterology second- and third-year fellows for a month-long observation at a leading IBD center, and offers exposure in treating and managing IBD patients.
The American College of Gastroenterology and the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation have established a task force to develop and appraise entrustable professional activities for advanced IBD fellows on what they should master during their fellowship year.
View a listing of U.S. advanced IBD fellowship locations in the United States.
Patient Treatment Decision Aids
- Shared Decision-Making - A suite of online tools from the Foundation designed to improve decision making and help create more meaningful conversations between you and your patient
- IBD&me - Patients answer questions in the IBD&me Decision Tree to help them through the process of choosing the best biologic medicine for them