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Hospitalist-neurosurgery comanagement lowers costs, doesn't change outcomes

A hospitalist-neurosurgery comanagement service (CNS) was implemented at the hospital on July 1, 2007. ... On the whole, the study—while “well-performed”—doesn't provide definitive evidence to support or refute the value of comanagement, an
December 2010

Comanagement commandments

When establishing a comanagement relationship, make sure you get answers to the following questions, Dr. ... I'm not sure that the ‘Just do it’ mentality for comanagement is the right model.”.
June 2008

Surgical comanagement done right

Anyone who follows trends in hospital medicine knows that surgical comanagement is big. ... If you're just starting a comanagement program, more formal communication is required, others noted.
March 2009

July issue online and in the mail

This month's issue of ACP Hospitalist provides news from Internal Medicine Meeting 2018, including articles about M&M conferences, quality improvement, medication reconciliation, orthopedic comanagement, and delirium. ... This issue also reports on
July 2018

Psych teams

Karlin-Zysman said. A prime target of hospitals' comanagement efforts has been geriatric patients. ... For regulatory and administrative reasons unrelated to comanagement, UC Irvine has since discontinued the geropsych unit.).
August 2016

Comanage orthopedics like a pro

From her own personal advice, Dr. Wallace moved on to the best comanagement practices identified by recent research. ... It seems like nothing has been such an enduring controversy in the comanagement literature,” said Dr.
July 2018

Hospital medicine core competencies updated

The competencies will continue to need periodic evaluation and updating, particularly as physician assistants and nurse practitioners enter the field and hospital medicine expands into new areas, such as surgical comanagement,
April 2017

In the News

A hospitalist-neurosurgery comanagement service (CNS) was implemented at the hospital on July 1, 2007. ... On the whole, the study—while “well-performed”—doesn't provide definitive evidence to support or refute the value of comanagement, an
April 2011

Planning is key to successful comanagement

Comanagement has become a mainstay of hospital medicine, and a well-executed program can be beneficial for patients, physicians, and hospitals. ... Hospitals in Chapel Hill, N.C., which has ongoing comanagement agreements with orthopedic surgery and
March 2015

Top Hospitalists

As research lead for the surgical comanagement group at Stanford University School of Medicine in Stanford, Calif., Nidhi Rohatgi, MD, MS, FACP, believes that being at the bedside is the ultimate ... Rohatgi. Surgical comanagement by hospitalists helps
November 2018

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