Search results for "Social Issues"

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Seeking agreement on SDOH screening

Physicians and hospitals may need additional resources to screen for or address patients' social needs.”. ... By requiring more complete social histories on admission, explicitly asking about social needs, and encouraging team members to present unmet
March 2020

Heart failure readmission rates not associated with quality or mortality

transition of care, and implementing effective interventions to address relevant social issues,” the study authors said.
November 2016

New Mexico cares for migrants

Her time with the patients allowed only a cursory screening to look for any pressing medical issues and some diseases, such as tuberculosis. ... Anxiety and likely post-traumatic stress disorder,” Dr. Chan said. “And there's just not enough time to
September 2019

Acute burden of illness associated with earlier readmissions

Both early and late readmissions were associated with some markers of increased burden of chronic illness, such as receiving a medication indicating organ failure, and social issues, such as barriers to
June 2015

Moving beyond medical needs

Lowry said. Joy Victorine, a social worker who oversees transitional and community programs at St. ... Asking tough questions about food insecurity and other social needs may be uncomfortable, Dr.
March 2019

PCMH model slowed growth in ED visits, but not hospitalizations

The study authors called for additional research into the effects of PCMH, especially on specific populations such as those with multiple comorbidities or social issues.
March 2015

Filling hospital beds

Experts predict the potential effects of universal health coverage.
December 2019

Respecting religion in the hospital

Randle, along with one other nurse practitioner, two physicians, and a social worker. ... Certain issues tend to span many religions and should be anticipated by hospitals and hospitalists, experts say.
October 2019

Social issues

Coronary angiography, percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI), and coronary artery bypass grafting were done less frequently in homeless patients, and homeless patients who did undergo PCI were more likely to receive bare-metal stents, according to
March 2020

Physicians of the night

Shulkin. “We've just been pulling the people who work at night together into informal, almost social gatherings to get to know each other.”. ... It's pure problem solving and not so much the social issues of discharge.”.
December 2008

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