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Hospitalists set the funny bone

Fortunately, that starts to get better when they get into a better situation with regard to their workloads.
January 2012

Predicting the future at Hospital Medicine 2007

The heavier workload will require an ever-growing number of hospitalists, he said, pushing their numbers from the current 20,000 to 50,000 in 10 years, with growth increasingly driven
July 2007

Winning abstracts at Hospital Medicine 2011 propose ways to save time, money

The service had also been using the traditional call model, and allowing teams to determine their days off by preference, resulting in very uneven workloads and frequent handoffs.
May 2011

Mortality by hospitalist age, NOACs in kidney disease, and more

As an example, the editorialist commented that there is large variation across hospitals in nursing workloads, educational qualifications, skill mix, and work environment, and that such differences are associated with mortality
September 2017

Capturing charges on the go

Mr. Buser, who advises hospitalist groups around the country, said a charge capture program won't magically lessen workloads or boost the bottom line unless a doctor embraces the correct technology
May 2009

Balancing act: How ACGME work-hour limits are changing hospital medicine

At Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, the hospitalist service has added physician assistants to reduce the workload. ... I think they do add value by sharing the workload while the hospitalist thinks about the big picture,” said Christopher Roy,
October 2007

More hospitals fight MRSA with universal screening

The only time it would add to the workload is that occasionally a red stethoscope will be missing from the rooms, and you have to ask a nurse to go look
July 2007

Too many or too few: Who belongs in the ICU?

Zimmerman. Nurse workload affects nonsurgical patients as well. “If you have a very low nurse-to-patient ratio on the hospital inpatient wards, then a less sick person will have to
February 2013

Canine colloquialisms

handle this workload without hiring more staff.
August 2017

Quality over cost: New book focuses on physicians' role in improving value

For example, a lot of unnecessary care comes from trying to decrease our workload.
August 2015

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