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Will ICUs become hospitalists' turf?

He recently shared his thoughts on current and future ICU staffing and practices with ACP Hospitalist. ... The gold standard for ICU staffing is intensivist physicians, but there simply aren't enough intensivists to go around.
February 2016

Readmissions metrics, procalcitonin testing in CAP, and more

They noted that different scheduling models “have been an area of intense debate among hospitalists,” but that “there have not been other quantitative studies of the impact of staffing models on
October 2017

Letter from the Editor

In our cover story, we look at the possible reasons for these findings as well as possible solutions, including staffing changes and collaborative care, that could help minimize the differences.
June 2008

Dallas hospital substantially reduces time from ED arrival to admission

predictions, the timing of orders, staffing levels and the role of the admitting officer on duty (AOD).
December 2007

Shifting views on shiftwork

In an effort to improve the safety of those handoffs and provide a little more consistency in staffing, UPMC developed a two-part experimental intervention.
February 2013

Multidisciplinary teams associated with improved ICU outcomes

compared with patients whose ICUs had low-intensity physician staffing and no multidisciplinary teams. ... Multidisciplinary care combined with high-intensity staffing had the same mortality benefit in patients requiring mechanical ventilation, those
March 2010

Hospitals and hurricanes

Staffing the hospital is only the beginning of the challenges. “Then you have to figure out what to do with the staff you have—where are they going to sleep, shower,
July 2016

Review finds evidence for weekend effect on mortality in hospitalized patients

Subgroup analyses examined staffing levels, rates and times to procedures, and illness severity. ... In subgroup analyses, mortality rates were consistently higher for weekend versus weekday admissions regardless of staffing, rates and delays of
September 2017

Recent Research

They concluded that tele-ICUs can provide benefits even to hospitals that already have daytime intensivist staffing and active quality improvement efforts.
November 2011

Journal Watch

Such a system could alleviate staffing-related factors as well as any disparities due to bias, the editorialist said.
February 2008

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