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For hospitalists, the times are changing

One trend already affecting hospitals is a decline in patient volume, as care is shifted to the outpatient setting and preventable admissions are reduced. ... Singer. Other trends could also shift the balance that has led so many internal medicine
August 2014

Cardiac rehab after PCI associated with reduced mortality

A nonsignificant trend toward decreased cardiac mortality was also seen in CR participants, though there was no observed effect for myocardial infarction or revascularization.
May 2011

Inpatient deaths cost nearly $20 billion; septicemia leading cause

One of every three people who died in the U.S. in 2007 was in the hospital for treatment at the time of death.
January 2010

Hospital medicine update

Training for internists could undergo radical changes. A position paper by Fitzgibbons and colleagues, published in Annals of Internal Medicine (2006; 144:920-926), looked at trends in internal medicine and ... These trends raise the question of whether
June 2007

The prescription for pain management

Pay close attention to even subtle trends, such as a slight decline in the respiratory rate over a series of evaluations, he said.
April 2013

Top Docs

The program mirrors a general trend in medical education to scrutinize not just what but how students are being taught, said Dr.
November 2013

Conditions with the most rapidly increasing hospital inpatient costs, 2001-2007

From 2001 to 2007, inflation-adjusted hospital costs rose by 24.6% to $343 billion.
September 2010

Score validated for predicting bleeding risk in inpatients

P=0.03), and there was a trend toward significance with clinically important bleeding (OR, 1.9; 95% CI, 0.9 to 3.7; P=0.07).
July 2015

Failing at heart failure treatment

Dr. Mudge and colleagues piloted a heart failure quality improvement program (published in the March Journal of Hospital Medicine) only to find that it increased readmission rates while showing a trend
August 2010

VTE prophylaxis in colorectal surgery patients increases over time, but VTE rates remain unchanged, study finds

0.001 for trend for all).
June 2015

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