The interesting things that we found were more experienced interns were rated higher, and there was a correlation with parameters related to workload. ... Q: How did workload affect handoff quality? A: Those that were post-call and had the greatest
Giving inpatients access to their electronic health records (EHRs) during hospitalization appeared to improve empowerment and did not seem to affect clinician or nurse workload, according to a small study. ... Surveys that evaluated caregiver workload,
The practice is a hit with patients, but hospital administrators and employees are often resistant to it, citing safety concerns and increased workload, said Frederick Blum, MD, immediate past president of
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Hospitalists are, of course, very concerned about salary, benefits and workload when seeking jobs.
Should all hospitalists get 15 patients each, or do we vary the workload based on the acuity and severity of illness?” Dr.
As a result, flexible schedules, manageable workloads, and generous vacation time are important considerations for prospective employers. ... Farr. Some hospitalists are deterred by the prospect of a heavier workload in a setting where they do not have
Geographic cohorting, which assigns a hospitalist to a single inpatient unit, may increase clinicians' interaction with patients but could also negatively affect workload, according to a recent observational study.
The effects of relaxing visiting hours on clinicians' workload and practice patterns were initial concerns for hospitals that have made the change.
Electronic order volume may be significantly associated with patient complexity and could therefore represent a potential marker of resident physician workload, a recent study suggested. ... of other EHR-derived metrics that may represent workload, and