Partnering with an academic medical center makes sense from a resource perspective, too, said David Lovinger, MD, a University of Chicago hospitalist researcher who is directing the warfarin titration project.
Initiating inpatient treatment is a prime opportunity to elicit insight from patients about their drug use.
This gives hospitalists a better perspective on the full scope of a patient's problems, said Eric Kupersmith, ACP Member, head of the division of hospital medicine at Cooper University Hospital.
Dr. Peraino discusses four common causes of medical mistakes and offers tips on preventing them.
bring together inpatient and outpatient clinicians to improve quality while reducing cost), but experts offered preliminary perspectives at the annual National Health Policy Conference on Feb.
Experts offer advice on discussing and deciding when to use or avoid.
Knight, MD, FACP, offered his perspective on both topics, as well as describing some new uses for old medications.
This suggests that even costly investments in the capital needed to support [intra-arterial treatment] systems of care (eg, telemedicine, transport networks) may also be good investments from a societal perspective,” ... From a societal perspective, we
From a patient's perspective, it doesn't really matter if their myocytes are dying outside the hospital or inside the hospital.
from the patient's perspective, and thus they become willing to administer it.