Effectiveness of Models Optimizing Patient Safety and Resident Education (iCOMPARE) trial. ... Results on patient mortality outcomes, assessed using 2015 and 2016 Medicare data, are not yet available.
It called for intensified multidisciplinary patient blood management programs before, during, and after surgery as well as for nonsurgical patients. ... and pneumonia, plus 11 additional patient safety indicators (e.g., pressure sores, postoperative
Until recently, a hospitalist interested in quality of care or patient safety research had to cobble together an education by way of webinars and conference sessions. ... Ching-Sheng Brian Lin reminds us how important it is to keep a patient's wishes in
The main limitation of this study's applicability, however, is that the drivers of the higher revenue came from increases in patient throughput and in the total census afforded by the ... safety and improved patient satisfaction.
Lenchus, but also patient safety, education of trainees, prevention of admissions, and even profit. ... Soni advised. Procedure training should involve simulation and direct supervision, and programs should further ensure patient safety by use of
Maybe she solved a tricky throughput problem or led a safety initiative. ... skills, patient safety, improved workflow, leadership, community involvement, quality improvement, or something else.
A think tank of cardiovascular imaging stakeholders developed a consensus plan on several broad directions for ensuring patient safety in an era of increased medical radiation.
Veterans Health Administration hospitals outperformed other facilities on mortality, safety measures
and pneumonia, plus 11 additional patient safety indicators (e.g., pressure sores, postoperative respiratory failure, bloodstream infection after surgery). ... The results “may indicate that the VHA generally provides truly excellent care; if so, we
However, they concluded that bar code technology within a medication administration system reduces errors and improves patient safety. ... 2. to 95%. Extubation was considered successful if patients didn't require reintubation while hospitalized, and
We're looking for hospitalists who made notable contributions to the field in 2011, whether through exceptional clinical skills, improved work flow, patient safety, cost savings, leadership, mentorship or quality improvement.