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0.177; P=0.007) and opiates (mean, 2.18 vs. 1.79; P<0.001). Self-assessed nurse workload was also higher in the interruption group (4.22 on ... This trial's “unexpected” finding of greater opioid and benzodiazepine doses, and higher nurse workload,
February 2013

Clinicians dive into hospital design

In the case of the latter, clinicians in the Ariadne Labs/MASS Design study reported running between rooms, significantly adding to their workload.
April 2018

Getting the most from advanced practice providers

Is it to decrease physician workload? Do you want APPs to focus on admitting, discharging, observation patients, or all of the above?” said Dr. ... However, Dr. Kulkarni does believe that APPs lighten the physician workload by taking the initial
December 2016

When the census soars

For example, a May 2014 JAMA Internal Medicine study showed an association between increased hospitalist workload and reduced efficiency and higher costs. ... a cost of between $5,000 and $7,500, as hospitalist workload increased.
February 2015

Top Docs

Although there was some resistance to the concept of a nonteaching service at first, hospitalists now embrace the change as a way of reducing workload for all medical teams and allowing
November 2015

In the News

These reasons often include an unpredictable and highly variable workload, costly night coverage, a high proportion of uninsured and underinsured patients, and an inefficient work flow due to ready access and
August 2009

In the News

Both genders ranked optimal workload first, but men chose substantial pay next, while women prioritized collegiality with physicians and control over personal time above pay. ... The observed differences in workload and other characteristics may account
September 2015

The big and small of it

First, I believe we need to recognize that we share the problems of understaffing, dangerously high workloads (at times) and an emphasis on profit that pushes us to these levels.
April 2012

Can't always get what you want, but hospitalists come close

Q: Your study found an association between higher workload and greater satisfaction. ... How do you interpret that? A: The association between perceived workload and job satisfaction makes sense to me, in that hospitalists like what they do.
May 2012

Daily sedation interruption didn't benefit ventilated patients on sedation protocol

0.177; P=0.007) and opiates (mean, 2.18 vs. 1.79; P<0.001). Self-assessed nurse workload was also higher in the interruption group (4.22 on ... This trial's “unexpected” finding of greater opioid and benzodiazepine doses, and higher nurse workload,
October 2012

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