Increase recruitment of family practitioners and osteopathic physicians;. Better utilize mid-level providers, such as physicians' assistants and nurse practitioners;.
The researchers noted that their recruitment rate of 14% was relatively low and that the clinical vignettes did not include an option for physicians to respond neutrally or recommend intermediate care,
According to its proponents, telehospitalist practice could be a popular solution to the recruitment and retention challenges facing many hospitals and hospitalist programs today, especially in rural areas. ... But telehospitalist practice, especially
Plus, success can increase staff satisfaction and, some say, even affect recruitment and retention.
changes. Q: How did this scheduling system come into being? This model has not hindered our recruitment, even with younger physicians. ... But to my surprise, this model really has not hindered our recruitment, even with younger physicians.
New hospitalist programs are being developed rapidly; 2,000 programs in the 10 years since the concept was born.
In addition, patients measured their blood pressures at home from the time of recruitment until one month after, or until their blood pressure was under control.
Number of days alive and out of the hospital within 14 days after study recruitment, assessed by intention to treat, was the study's primary outcome.
as major federal reimbursement cuts and recruitment issues. ... One of the challenges of recruitment may be hospitalists' perceptions of small hospitals.
Switch to advanced practice providers plus telemedicine for ED coverage yields benefits at some rural hospitals
Critical access hospitals that stopped requiring local physician backup in their EDs reported cost savings and better clinician recruitment and retention, a survey of rural facilities' staff found. ... Implementing telemedicine coverage also decreased