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Finding a job that fits

Image by Thinkstock. When hospitalists vet a prospective job at a new facility, they can relatively easily gauge compensation, workload and other tangible benchmarks. ... Are you comfortable with an expansion in workload, and does it align with your
January 2014

How hospitalists can avoid diagnostic errors

Hospitalists typically have substantial workloads and pressures of time, but the advice to just “stop and think” is very useful, if only to consider the universal antidote: “What else could this
March 2016

Open records come to the hospital

When it comes to opening records, doctors may be apprehensive about patient worry and confusion—not to mention extra workload—but in a pilot study performed on a medical unit at ... As an added bonus, clinicians' concerns about extra workload
August 2015

Duty hours and paper records

In addition, there were no significant differences in trainees' reported perceptions of an appropriate balance between clinical work and education (response rate, 91%) or faculty members' assessments of whether trainees' workload
June 2018

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


Each has its own secret sauce of measurement and scoring that affects the reputation of an institution and the workload of administrators.
December 2019

Medicare patients had higher 30-day mortality when treated by older vs. younger hospitalists, study finds

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
May 2017

New survey shows decline in physician satisfaction with EHR systems

For example, 72% thought their EHR system's ability to decrease workload was difficult or very difficult, 54% found their EHR system increased their total operating costs, 43% said they have
August 2015

Discharge coordinator pleases patients, eases residents' burden

The issue: Making discharge safer and reducing workload for housestaff. “Everyone kept wondering, ‘What could we offload off the housestaff's plates?’” said Kathleen Finn, MD, FACP, associate program director of
March 2012

It's not an admission, it's an experience

that improving the patient experience does not have to increase their workloads. ... In some cases, improvements to the patient experience can actually lighten physicians' workload, said Ms.
February 2008

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