Focus on the actual processes that create bottlenecks preventing throughput.
Chronically interrupted: The importance of communication with patient and family during the COVID-19 pandemic
The quantitative and qualitative steps of transition of care should overcome disconnect between teams.
Hospitalists discuss process changes implemented during the pandemic that will likely survive it.
Does geographic cohorting improve hospitalist efficiency?
Will a quality improvement project involving physician education and an EHR shortcut reduce the quantity and optimize the timing of daily routine...
When hospitals and health care systems start to assess their systems, many will be surprised at what they are not doing or not doing right, one...
Multiple medical societies collaborated to develop guidelines for high-value care with less unnecessary testing and hospitalization.
“A lot of the care hospitalists provide involves touch, sitting down and looking at the patient eye to eye, on the same level.” says Dr. Minesh...
It is important not to force a premature resolution of the situation through unilateral or coercive decisions.
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Study will identify interventions to rapidly improve care for children hospitalized with respiratory illnesses.