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GRAPEVINE, TX—New strategies for conserving physician time and health care spending captured awards in the abstract competition at the annual meeting of the Society of Hospital Medicine, held here last ... week. GRAPEVINE, TX—New strategies for
regions, but they also make less per unit of work, according to new data from the Society of Hospital Medicine and Medical Group Management Association, presented at Hospital Medicine 2011. ... The fiscal year 2010 data in the survey came from 414
at a session on “The Business Case for QI” at Hospital Medicine 2011. ... Nagamine said. “The finance department might then help with specific data at your hospital.”.
regions, but they also make less per unit of work, according to new data from the Society of Hospital Medicine and Medical Group Management Association. ... Remember, too, that the tax man takes a lot,” said John Nelson, FACP, during the opening
This issue discusses reducing unnecessary testing and includes coverage from Hospital Medicine 2011, held this May in Dallas. ... Our coverage of the Society of Hospital Medicine's (SHM) annual meeting, Hospital Medicine 2011, begins with a wrap-up of
Most hospitalists probably haven't run into them much yet, but Joseph Li, FACP, studied up and shared his findings with his peers during the Hospital Medicine 2011 session “Pharmacologic Advances ... Li, who is director of hospital medicine at Beth
MGMA) and Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM). ... The State of Hospital Medicine: 2011 Report Based on 2010 Data comprises fiscal year 2010 data from 4,633 clinicians from 412 medical groups, including 36 hospitalist nurse practitioners and 24
a Hospital Medicine 2011 session. ... The presented results came from a Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) survey sent to members in late 2010 and early 2011 and a survey done during registration at a 2010 Hospital
Preoperative blood management—paving the path to bloodless surgery. Hospital Medicine 2011, Dallas, May 10-13, 2011. ... Hospital Medicine 2011, Dallas, May 10-13, 2011. J Hosp Med. 2011;6(Suppl 2): S124. ).
COPD, stroke and drug choice were among the hot topics in hospital medicine research last year. ... That stack for me seems to always just get bigger and bigger,” he told attendees at Hospital Medicine 2011.