and bed rest guidelines for consultation with physical and occupational therapists as well as physical medicine, rehabilitation and neurology; and adding multidisciplinary training and education regarding reductions in heavy sedation and
Dr. Fracica is a resident in neurology at John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.
He insisted that orthopedics, neurology, and urology take their own darn admissions.
Dr. Bohnenblust and the head of neurology collaborated on the hospital's certification process with The Joint Commission—the only certified program in their market.
written) “one of the largest inpatient specialties not currently utilizing a hospitalist model” (Annals of Neurology, Feb. ... 75% of respondents had post-residency training or certification, 70% of which was in vascular neurology.
Photo courtesy of Dr. Prabhakaran. “Studies suggest that at least half of stroke code activations in the hospital are mimics,” said Shyam Prabhakaran, MD, MS, professor of neurology and medical social
It looked like the sky was clearing. The record system came back online, and the admissions turned out to be for the neurology service.
39%), followed by neurology (31%), psychiatry (30%), and pediatrics (25%), the analysis found.
The study was published in the Nov. 6, 2012, Neurology. The 14 quality indicators were divided into early hospital measures, in-hospital measures, and discharge-related measures.
Results were published online by The Lancet Neurology on Feb. 7.