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About 15% of unplanned ICU transfers tied to preventable errors

suggesting that differences in staffing or the availability of services didn't contribute to unplanned transfers, the authors wrote.
December 2010

Minneapolis bridge collapse tested local hospitals' emergency plans

The center is where decisions regarding staffing, supplies and disposition of patients are made.
November 2007

Working overtime

Hospitalists have come to view moonlighting as a basic job benefit, while hospitals count on having an internal pool of moonlighters to handle daily fluctuations in staffing.
April 2015

Caring is hard work

It's short-staffing or physicians that are overworked,” said Ms. Alvarez. Dr.
May 2012

Benefits of ICU telemedicine uncertain

intensivist staffing) already, Dr.
August 2010

Prep for periop

You have to think about your local environment. Do you have the staffing and familiarity and experience so that the PCA will work?” Dr.
January 2013

Break the fracture cycle

A common model of dedicated staffing is the fracture coordinator, “usually a nurse or a nurse practitioner who works with the cooperation of orthopedics and medicine to make sure that [for]
September 2011

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

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

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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