full-time hospitalists and nine part-time physicians who mostly cover night shifts—scores on a host of performance measures.
Our cover story examines the concept and offers tips on making comanagement work for your group.
Residents in Great Britain and much of Europe work a maximum of 56 hours per week; those in the Netherlands only work 48 (see related story).
Plotnikoff, FACP, an internist at Abbott-Northwestern, when recounting the patient's story.
Englander and her colleague Devan Kansagara, MD, FACP. They highlighted the story of an uninsured middle-aged man who, after being treated in the hospital for pneumonia and several comorbid illness, ... The story was frustratingly familiar to attendees,
Hollberg. To help these frustrated readers, think about telling a story with your note. ... Also keep in mind how much of the story your audience actually needs.
requirements. The cover story of the December ACP Hospitalist will focus on small hospitals' challenges, including EHR adoption.
It leaves the patients you really need to worry about.”. During nights, many hospital medicine groups are using nocturnists to cover their patients. ... Medicine is a narrative science. The more you tell the story, the better you understand it,” Dr.
Checklists can also help physicians cover the ever-growing number of tasks and best practices involved in the course of a hospitalization. ... A heartfelt story about an adverse event when things didn't go perfectly, and a checklist might have improved
But what, exactly, does patient-centeredness mean in practice? Our cover story looks at the concrete steps hospitals and hospitalists can take to ensure care is focused on the desires and