3 edition of Hospitalist case studies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Kenneth G. Simone.|
|LC Classifications||RA972 .S55 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 145 p. :|
|Number of Pages||145|
|LC Control Number||2007281268|
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Product Description. Emerging and experienced health services managers can hone their skills with these challenging and in-depth case studies. With more than 50% new content in this sixth edition, Cases in Health Services Management includes 28 cases and 12 ethics incidents that address contemporary issues encountered by administrators and managers, such as organizational change, ethical. This expert is a member of several national medical associations, and has published numerous abstracts, journal articles, and book chapters on medicine, including on the topic of stercoral colitis. He was a former adjunct attending physician at Staten Island University Hospital.
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He is founder and president of Hospitalist and Practice Solutions, which specializes in hospitalist program development, and has authored and co-authored two hospitalist books: Hospitalist Case Studies: Tactics and Strategies for 10 Common Hurdles, and Tools and Strategies for an Effective Hospitalist Program.
Simone is the past president of Authors: Kenneth G. Simone, Inc., HCPro. The Principles and Practice of Hospital Medicine book is the hospitalist's definitive guide to the knowledge necessary to practice Hospital Medicine. Case studies demonstrate how to apply the concepts covered in the text directly to the hospitalized patient.
Specialist Dr. Aaron Bernstein enters the world of the Hospitalist Welcome to Medicine in the 21st century, where the results of having a Hospitalist instead of your own doctor can be disastrous. Specialist Dr. Hospitalist case studies book Bernstein enters the world of the Hospitalist firsthand when he confronts a schizophrenic patient who -- literally -- is a /5.
Case studies demonstrate how to apply the concepts covered in the text directly to the hospitalized patient. Principles and Practice of Hospital Medicine is divided into six parts: Systems of Care: Introduces key issues in Hospital Medicine, patient safety, quality improvement, leadership and practice management, professionalism and medical Cited by: Summation: Dr.
Harry structured her talk on Jonathan Sweller’s theory of Cognitive Load. Representing 3 components; Intrinsic Load (acute focused analysis and problem solving), Extrinsic load (external forces affecting our focus) and Germane Load (that which we have already learned and/or.
Clinical Case Studies for the Family Nurse Practitioner is a key resource for advanced practice nurses and graduate students seeking to test their skills in assessing, diagnosing, and managing cases in family and primary care.
Composed of more than 70 cases ranging from common to unique, the book compiles years of experience from experts in the field. The Hospitalist. Newer anticoagulants linked to lower fracture risk in AFib. Jim Kling.
Jim Kling. The Hospitalist. ACE inhibitors and severe COVID Protective in older patients. Sue Hughes. Sue Hughes. M any hospitalists work with clinical coordinators and case managers.    The descriptions of these roles often overlap 4 and commonly include activities such as obtaining medical records.
To further emphasize the importance of the Values, and to align with rewards, the hospitalist productivity bonus is impacted by performance against the Values (i.e.
can be zero if not living Values). After completion of 1 year, hospitalist physicians are again evaluated for living the Values. A monthly summary of the latest evidence-based clinical information in internal medicine and its subspecialties, culled from over clinical journals.
Highlighted articles are chosen based on scientific merit, clinical relevance and newsworthiness. ACP Journal Club Learn more. Our hospitalist providers and leadership are engaged and committed to leading success with hospital staff and departments to create better experiences and outcomes for patients.
Intergrating Emergency and Hospital Medicine services helps achieve improved metrics, physician retention, inpatient care costs, and most importantly – better patient. The initial docusate studies showed promise, Returning to the case presentation, the hospitalist should start the patient on alternative therapies, instead of docusate, such as polyethylene glycol, lactulose, psyllium, or sennosides, which have better evidence supporting their use.
The hospitalist census uses a quick-swipe intuitive design that facilitates organized patient management and smart software medical appointment scheduling operations. Optimized to provide high-value organization, eliminate inefficiencies, and drive real-world practical improvements, the smart census is designed exclusively for Hospitalists.
The case was settled in the low range. Joining us now to talk about the risk management and patient safety aspects of this case is Dr. Adam Schaffer. Schaffer is Senior Clinical Analytic specialist at CRICO and a hospitalist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in.
This is the case study used during the “Your Medical Documentation Matters” presentation. It is a tool used for reviewing the details of the case during the presentation and the documentation.
requirements for the various provider types furnishing services. It highlights important Federal and State Medicaid documentation regulations and rules. This book is evidence-based and takes into account the modern managed care model in which the current hospitalist practices.
The Hospitalist Physician is a relatively new concept within modern healthcare. As this new field evolves, so too will the educational needs of internists who have chosen to practice this discipline.
This work is aimed squarely at addressing this need. Internal medicine. Clinical Approaches to Hospital Medicine by Kevin Conrad (Editor), This book provides an update on recent clinical practice and an in-depth view of selected topics relevant to hospital medicine.
It is divided into four sections that explore clinical, administrative, systems and ethical issues. Each section places an emphasis on the opportunities, challenges and potential directions of.
Ethics in daily hospitalist practice. ACP's recently revised Ethics Manual offers guidance on situations relevant to hospitalists, such as stewardship of resources, communicating with patients, and dealing with conflicts over treatment goals.
The physician ordered an IV of saline with dextrose and a head CT scan. The CT scan revealed a closed basilar skull fracture. The medical decision making for this case was moderate complexity. (The patient was admitted as a hospital inpatient for further treatment.) Instructions: Assign ICD and CPT/HCPCS codes for this case.
value that hospitalists bring in the co-management of patients. The Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) recognized this synergy and, inproduced best practices, toolkits, sample agreements and case studies on hospitalists’ roles in co-management.
Given the evolution of hospitalists’ scope of. Another report by Hauer et al. showed that trainee satisfaction was higher in the case of hospitalist than non-hospitalist teachers. In our meta-analysis of published studies to date, we found a significantly shorter LOS among hospitalists compared with NHs, which persisted on leave out one sensitivity analysis even though cumulative meta.Case Records of the Massachusetts General Hospital Case A Year-Old Man with Covid and Acute Kidney Injury Sise M.E., Baggett M.V., Shepard J.-A.O., Stevens J.S., and.Case Studies.
Print Version. Case studies are stories that are used as a teaching tool to show the application of a theory or concept to real situations. Dependent on the goal they are meant to fulfill, cases can be fact-driven and deductive where there is a correct answer, or they can be context driven where multiple solutions are possible.