We're looking for hospitalists who made notable contributions to the field in 2011, whether through exceptional clinical skills, improved work flow, patient safety, cost savings, leadership, mentorship or quality improvement.
It is important to recognize the generally strong evidence for most of CMS’ reported quality-of-care measures,” the researchers wrote. ... designation of stroke centers and stroke care quality improvement process, including telemedicine;.
In the meantime, hospitalists must grapple with how to minimize penalties without jeopardizing quality of care. ... provide enhanced post-hospital services for high-risk patients. The guide also includes 13 quality improvement tools for hospital
National Practitioner Data Bank, making diagnostic mistakes the leading cause of medical liability claims, they reported in the August BMJ Quality & Safety. ... One quality improvement project hospitalists can undertake is to track how often patients'
We're looking for the hospitalists who made extraordinary contributions to the field in 2009, whether through cost savings, improved work flow, patient safety, leadership, mentorship or quality improvement, to name
skills, patient safety, improved workflow, leadership, community involvement, quality improvement, or something else.
innovation, clinical skills, patient safety, research, community involvement, improved work flow, teamwork, leadership or quality improvement. ... Dr. Barsuk's work with simulation training dovetails with his research interests in quality improvement and
Huddleston said. “They want to elevate the skill level for these people, to involve them with quality improvement and the day-to-day operations of a hospital.”. ... As such, there was no one to really take charge of service protocols or quality
Emergency department and medical ICU clinicians received weekly feedback on compliance with the sepsis resuscitation bundle, and were encouraged to discuss issues with a quality improvement team that met monthly. ... The treatment group had a greater
The validation cohort consisted of 1,167,414 patients registered in the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program database as having had noncardiac surgery between 2008 and 2012.