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Agreeing on an ending

The only reason there was heat from my standpoint is because I care about what your mom is going through.’ “. At San Francisco General Hospital, where Dr. Luce practices, a physician ... Luce said. “If your thinking isn't very cogent, you are going
November 2010

Take time to ease the pain of elderly patients

Of the tried-and-true drug therapies, acetaminophen should be your first line of attack, the experts said. ... After all, there's good reason to take your time today treating elderly patients' pain.
September 2013

Making a good connection

Barnett responded with empathic questions: “What's your concern about this? You seem skeptical … what's most important to you right now?”. ... Tell me about your cat,” she said. That simple sentence changed the dynamic of the conversation.
April 2009

Obesity complicates diagnosis

The rising prevalence of obesity has created health dangers for patients and new challenges in diagnostic testing for hospitalists.
October 2011

Capturing charges on the go

IM Practice Manager works as a stand-alone system but can also be integrated with existing EHRs, hospital information systems, and billing software. ... Dr. Cucina said physicians in private practice have a financial incentive to improve their billing
May 2009

Getting to know you

Daily face-to-face meetings improve outcomes and teamwork.
February 2010

Time to teach

Q: Before your study, do you think the clinicians involved knew that discharge education was not being handled well? ... Build time into your day or a system into your practice to make sure discharge education is happening in a standardized way.
April 2013

Results pending at discharge often stay in limbo

Every practice is different, but hospitalists know their setting and are best placed to come up with their own solutions,” such as designating a staff member to monitor pending tests, he ... Put it in your task list on Outlook to remind you to follow up
December 2009

The challenge of predicting readmissions

Q: Your results showed that a prediction algorithm, the Probability of Repeat Admission (P. ... Q: Have the results caused you to change your practice individually?
December 2011

Inpatient medication: Too much information, or not enough?

Cumbler. Still, the practice holds promise. In a pilot study, Dr.
March 2010

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