Search results for "End-of-Life Care"

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In the News

Future studies, they said, should examine more efficient care strategies and long-term outcomes to help facilitate decisions about end-of-life care. ... The report concluded that ED overcrowding due to nonurgent care could be mediated by a combination of
July 2008

Learning the laws on complicated care

Documentation often plays an important legal role in end-of-life care, according to Dr. ... Rajput said. Finally, when discussing end-of-life care in the hospital, Dr.
July 2007

Hip fractures among nursing home residents often lead to death, functional decline

Palliative care could be implemented immediately after the fracture and include “effective communication, care planning and coordination, symptoms management, psychosocial, spiritual and bereavement support, and end-of-life care,” the commentary
July 2014

When physician becomes patient

Both were already interested in end-of-life care, particularly the moral distress it can cause physicians. ... Patients and families are very interested in this question of how do you seek and get care that fits with your values, particularly in
June 2017

Recent Research

Length of stay on hospitalist service didn't differ for inpatients managed with handheld echocardiography versus usual care, a study found. ... Later decisions also could reduce the time available to provide end-of-life care.
December 2011

ACP releases updated Ethics Manual

3 Annals of Internal Medicine. The updated manual revisits and expands on topics featured in previous editions such as end-of-life care, complementary and alternative medicine, physician-assisted suicide, ... New topics in the updated manual address the
January 2012

New report highlights care delivery differences at top hospitals

It examines variations in the use of medical resources to treat patients at the end of life, as well as quality-of-care metrics about processes of care, patient experience and ... In the area of end-of-life care, for example, 49% of chronically ill
November 2012

The next issue is online

Vote for your favorite entry. The November issue of ACP Hospitalist is online. ... End-of-life-care disputes.
November 2010

Advance directives are the beginning, not the end

One of the most difficult decisions that patients, families and physicians face involves end-of-life care. ... This change in preferences around end-of-life care is not unusual. A study led by Terri Fried, MD, of Yale University, an expert in end-of-life
July 2012

Hone in on patients without a home

In her Journal of Hospital Medicine article, Dr. Best also recommended initiating a discussion about end-of-life preferences, including determining whether the patient would want aggressive intervention. ... Homeless folks, unless they know you and trust
August 2010

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