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ACP Hospitalist

ACP Hospitalist keeps hospitalists informed about the latest trends and issues in the field.


The reasons underlying the diverging country-specific patterns for patients with [heart failure] HF are not clear, but should be concerning for the United States, who have had a trend of ... It is difficult to compare heart failure mortality trends
February 2020

Hospital expansion trend brings challenges, opportunities

The trend promises to bring more convenient, sophisticated services to more people, but some question whether these benefits will come at the expense of the poor and uninsured living in cities. ... The trend is toward smaller facilities that focus on
March 2007

Exotic travel trend poses new challenges for hospitalists

Exotic travel trend poses new challenges for hospitalists.
February 2008

Hospital revisits, admissions appear common after observation stays in Medicare beneficiaries

to determine rates and trends over time of outcomes after an observation stay. ... Thirty-day rates of inpatient stays and 30-day mortality rates did not change in this time period, however (P=0.054 and 0.091 for trend, respectively).
June 2017

For hospitalists, the times are changing

One trend already affecting hospitals is a decline in patient volume, as care is shifted to the outpatient setting and preventable admissions are reduced. ... Singer. Other trends could also shift the balance that has led so many internal medicine
August 2014

M&M conferences get swept up in QI trend

M##amp;M conferences now increasingly focus on the underlying causes of errors and what can be learned from them.
January 2011

Heart failure readmissions were on the decline before HRRP began

Readmission rates and trends were similar for patients with heart failure as a primary or secondary diagnosis, according to a retrospective study of Medicare admissions before and after the start of
March 2019

Is it pneumonia?

Concerns are growing that pneumonia is being overdiagnosed. Here's how you can stem the trend.
March 2014

Adopting P4P early vs. late didn't affect hospitals' mortality rates

The difference in the trend differences for the program period versus the pre-program period was not significant (P=0.19). ... Mortality trends were not significantly different between groups for either targeted conditions (0.05% point difference
January 2018

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