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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

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

Hospitals reach for the stars

Would patients give your hospital care a five-star rating? As a hospitalist, it can be tough for you to determine and even harder for potential patients to find out. ... about the impact of this change in practice, he said he could physically feel the
July 2019

Dabigatran or warfarin?

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

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

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

Do you know this surgeon?

The hospital has two full-time surgeons and two temps who come in one week each month, an arrangement that allows the regular surgeons to concentrate on their outpatient practice during ... Paul Radway, MD, who became a traveling general surgeon two-and-a
August 2009

Helping patients kick the habit

In the face of recent reports that U.S. smoking rates are no longer declining, hospitalists may be ideally situated to help patients quit.
January 2010

Want to know why a patient's readmitted? Ask him.

Maybe they interview the home health nurse who decided to send the patient back to the emergency room that day, or the doctor in the office practice,” said Dr. ... These cross-continuum teams are another requirement of the STAAR program. “The
April 2011

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