A telehospitalist program can successfully provide inpatient coverage and address rural staffing needs, a study of one program's implementation found. ... Telehospitalist program implementation was associated with a significant reduction in length of
The telehospitalist program was implemented to streamline patient flow and improve patient satisfaction in EDs. ... Telehospitalists can also round with bedside teams on specially designated floors using mobile carts.
syndrome. Next, a group of telehospitalists have written about how physicians in their role can be a solution to many of the problems posed by this pandemic, from personal protective equipment ... They offer ideas for ways to use telehospitalists if they
It offers a feature story with expertabout mechanical ventilation for acute respiratory distress syndrome from COVID-19, and an article by telehospitalists explaining how their role can be part of the
Telehospitalists can be used in a number of ways to remedy hospitalist shortages. ... That's how Swedish Medical Center in Seattle got into the telehospitalist business.
Currently, about 12 telehospitalists (due to great interest, there's a waiting list) do cross-cover calls, admissions, and medical consults, he said. ... While the telehospitalists cover the night shift at small hospitals, the on-site hospitalists on the
This month's issue includes articles on telehospitalist medicine, disease outbreak response, a novel solution to recurrent Clostridium difficile, and more. ... Our cover story provides examples of successful telemedicine practices, explains how
telehospitalist. Dr. Baker, who practices full-time for Sound Physicians at a suburban Richmond hospital, has worked a handful of night shifts monthly since last fall as Sound expanded into telemedicine.
Five years ago, I wrote an article that asked whether you would all soon work inside robots (“The Telehospitalist,” September 2014 ACP Hospitalist).
Image by Getty Images. Back then, telehealth services were attracting interest in some hospitalist circles, and some studies of telehospitalist models had been published. ... hospitalists. Naturally, telehospitalist companies sprang up to organize,