In matched groups, 1 to 56 control hospitals were matched per private equity hospital, with a median of eight. ... they could not determine whether the differences could be attributed to private equity acquisition alone.
Marcelin, an infectious diseases physician and assistant professor of internal medicine at the University of Nebraska in Omaha who focuses on diversity and equity. ... There's so much going on with COVID and there's so much going on with equity.
The subgroup analyses illustrated that not all private equity acquisitions are alike,” said Dr. ... which is another way hospitalists in particular may find themselves working for private equity.).
However, our findings of gender inequity in leadership and academic rank suggest that research, faculty development, and interventions to reach gender equity are necessary to move AHM forward.” Possible solutions to ... promote gender equity include
This issue looks at comanagement of hip fractures, prescribing for heart failure, antibiotic use in COVID-19, and private equity ownership of hospitals. ... Another feature story addresses the business of medicine, specifically the potential impacts of
Hip fracture comanagement, heart failure prescribing, antibiotic use in COVID-19, and private equity investment are covered in the latest issue of ACP Hospitalist. ... Another feature story addresses the business of medicine, specifically the potential
This month's issue tackles gender equity and workload in academic medicine.
So, in terms of health equity, this should be kept in mind.
be decreasing equity without improving quality, according to the study authors. ... Together these results suggest that the HAC penalty program could be decreasing equity while not improving quality, the authors noted.
Hospitalist groups could also hold annual salary equity reviews for all faculty to make sure compensation is evenly distributed, Dr. ... Cyr recommended. Beyond an overall review, individual reviews are also integral to ensuring equity, she said.