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The ID of Dorian Gray: A tale of medical horror

He was considering whether to discharge a patient, balancing the risk of readmission with the impact on his census and workload.
October 2018

Four-day blocks match hospitalists' and patients' schedules

Nelson. “It's a method to more closely match daily manpower to unpredictable workload,” he explained.
June 2012

Balancing act: How ACGME work-hour limits are changing hospital medicine

At Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, the hospitalist service has added physician assistants to reduce the workload. ... I think they do add value by sharing the workload while the hospitalist thinks about the big picture,” said Christopher Roy,
October 2007

Benefits and drawbacks of major hospitalist models Model Pros ...

workloads Some material in this chart was adapted from "Hospitalists: A Guide to Building and Sustaining a Successful Program," by Joseph A.
January 2017

In the News

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

Capturing charges on the go

Mr. Buser, who advises hospitalist groups around the country, said a charge capture program won't magically lessen workloads or boost the bottom line unless a doctor embraces the correct technology
May 2009

Periop anticoagulation in afib, patient-to-intensivist ratios, and more

The authors noted that they did not have any information about other potential members of the care teams who may have affected the intensivists' workload, that their results may not be ... generalizable outside the U.K., and that the PIR measure did not
May 2017

Tips to creating a successful hospitalist program

Operating deficits are virtually always an issue and may cause productivity pressures that lead to unsustainable workloads and physician turnover, said Dr. ... Set productivity expectations. Both Dr. Wachter and Richard Rohr, FACP, director of the
March 2007

Hospitalist pay still has a gender gap, survey finds

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
July 2015

Mortality by hospitalist age, NOACs in kidney disease, and more

As an example, the editorialist commented that there is large variation across hospitals in nursing workloads, educational qualifications, skill mix, and work environment, and that such differences are associated with mortality
September 2017

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