The subgroup analyses illustrated that not all private equity acquisitions are alike,” said Dr. ... which is another way hospitalists in particular may find themselves working for private equity.).
In matched groups, 1 to 56 control hospitals were matched per private equity hospital, with a median of eight. ... they could not determine whether the differences could be attributed to private equity acquisition alone.
policies and programs to mitigate them and move our country toward equity,” the editorial said.
Marcelin, an infectious diseases physician and assistant professor of internal medicine at the University of Nebraska in Omaha who focuses on diversity and equity. ... There's so much going on with COVID and there's so much going on with equity.
Hip fracture comanagement, heart failure prescribing, antibiotic use in COVID-19, and private equity investment are covered in the latest issue of ACP Hospitalist. ... Another feature story addresses the business of medicine, specifically the potential
Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion at the Corporal Michael J.
be decreasing equity without improving quality, according to the study authors. ... Together these results suggest that the HAC penalty program could be decreasing equity while not improving quality, the authors noted.
Even so, a hospitalist usually must put in a little bit of sweat equity—working on projects after hours and on weekends—in order to be successful. ... Cate Ranheim, MD, a community hospitalist at Meriter Hospital in Madison, Wis., knows a lot about
As with other new technologies, the use of ultrasound varies in part due to resources, part of an “equity gap” in quality improvement, the editorial pointed out. ... Without a focus on equity, the benefits offered by ultrasound will continue to be
This was actually an incredibly lean process financially,” he said. However, the program leaders are looking at a more expensive change for 2018: increasing the equity of salaries and shifts.