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Hospitalist-only unit frees time, improves care

Mary's chief of medicine. The patient is always the main reason for any changes made, Dr. ... Gardner said.“ All of our initiatives have to ultimately result in improved patient care and improved patient experience.”.
October 2008

One hospital finds better communication with patients thanks to EHRs

UCLA now, for more than a decade, has been a leader in patient experience nationally…. ... Q: Did your residents get any specific training on maintaining patient experience while using EHRs?
May 2015

Inpatient care experience improved in many areas, survey finds

Improvements didn't differ significantly by hospital size, location, teaching status, patient mix or hospital ownership. ... improve patient experience,” the authors wrote.
November 2010

Recent Research

The study's primary outcome was perioperative patient experience 24 hours after surgery, as assessed via a validated questionnaire, while secondary outcomes included time to extubation and early cognitive recovery. ... They concluded that premedication
June 2015

Addiction

future research is needed to assess the effect of hospital-based addiction medicine consultation on patient experience, [substance use disorder] severity, against medical advice discharge rates, physical health outcomes, hospital readmissions,
August 2019

Conference coverage: potential benefits, limitations of ACO model discussed

The health care law requires ACOs to be measured in a number of areas, including processes of care, clinical outcomes, patient experience, care coordination, and transitions, said John Pilotte, acting director
February 2011

Sleep heals

41% and 84% vs. 57%, respectively). Patient experience was also improved on the SIESTA-enhanced unit, reflected in the 7% and 9% increases, respectively, in the number of HCAHPS (Hospital Consumer ... The study's authors concluded that less self-reported
July 2019

In the News

Researchers examined patient and disease characteristics, hospital volume and outcomes. Results were published in the January 2013 Journal of Hospital Medicine. ... It examines variations in the use of medical resources to treat patients at the end of
February 2013

POCUS catches on

on health care costs, length of stay, and patient experience,” the study concluded.“ For other newer, novel POCUS applications, such as elastography and 3-dimensional ultrasound imaging, diagnostic accuracy studies are ... end at the bedside, we can
August 2017

Patients with high trauma from hospitalization had more 30-day readmissions, ED visits

Patients who experience high trauma of hospitalization, as measured by disturbances in sleep, mobility, nutrition, and mood, may have a greater risk of readmission or ED visit within 30 days of
December 2018

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