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Improving handoffs from the ED

They're detail-oriented and comprehensive, but maybe a little slower.”. Communication expert Julie Apker, PhD, found that these differences were maintained in practice, and even increased, when she studied handoffs ... Social contact is helpful but
October 2011

Pain in the gut

Sometimes a careful history and minimal screening are more effective than extensive scans and tests.
February 2012

Dabigatran or warfarin?

With dabigatran now a viable alternative to warfarin, hospitalists and hospitals should develop a plan for its use.
March 2011

Baffled by beta-blockers

Dr. Fleisher, who chaired the writing committee for the 2007 ACC/AHA perioperative guidelines, worried that physician practice might have swung too far in the other direction following the POISE findings.
April 2010

Act quickly and listen a lot

Alfandre has experienced the frustration of patients leaving AMA in his own practice. ... One year from now, no one will believe what you say, but your written words will be presumed to be accurate, so don't skimp on this,” he said.
March 2010

Code status discussions sometimes difficult, but necessary

I give my treatment plan recommendation for them, then say, ‘You look very well now, but I do not have a crystal ball and I need to know your preferences.’ I ... If the answer is “yes,” your job should be considerably easier.
October 2009

Glutted with guidelines?

The decision, as with many in clinical practice, is up to the physician. ... Jacobi. They can set a path for organizing your practice more efficiently and provide some processes to measure.
May 2013

Under the same umbrella

Brown said. “You get credit for something for your entire residency that, then when you're actually out in the practice community, would be [more widely] considered somewhat deleterious to the ... The advice would be: Embrace this. It'll make your life,
November 2016

Assisted suicide

ACP officially opposes legalization, saying the practice can undermine patient trust and distract from ongoing efforts to improve end-of-life care. ... But the College doesn't support the practice.”. He described one of his patients, a man terminally
September 2010

A matter of respect

Disruptive behavior is common in U.S. hospitals, according to a recent survey.
April 2010

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