According to its proponents, telehospitalist practice could be a popular solution to the recruitment and retention challenges facing many hospitals and hospitalist programs today, especially in rural areas. ... But telehospitalist practice, especially
difficile diarrhea (CDD) within 12 weeks of recruitment. Results were published online August 8 by Lancet.
Implementing telemedicine coverage also decreased clinician burnout and aided in recruitment and retention of both physicians and advanced practice providers, according to the interviewees. ... Given the initial evidence that using tele-ED physicians to
In addition, patients measured their blood pressures at home from the time of recruitment until one month after, or until their blood pressure was under control.
The researchers noted that their study was done in only one country, that recruitment bias might have affected their results, and that the effects of flexible visitation on long-term outcomes
Mathews said. The next step to being prepared is to make sure every member of your recruitment team takes ownership of a certain element of the recruitment process.
Whereas rural areas once had the greatest need for locum physicians because of recruitment difficulties, there is now increasing need in metropolitan areas where physician shortages and patient demands are growing, ... Wolf. Another change in locum
Both strategies targeted lung recruitment; the control strategy used low tidal volumes and high positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP) toward this aim.
Recruitment took place between February and November 2011, and patients were followed through May 2012.
Smith said. “I think the industry will really shift its focus more to retention than recruitment in the next five years.”. ... Family practice doctors are now welcome as long as they are qualified, which is something we didn't see in the history of