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The randomly selected sample comprised one independent hospital and one health system-affiliated general medical hospital from every state and the District of Columbia. ... In addition, health care systems should develop educational campaigns involving
Even health IT experts get angry at their electronic medical records, but the solution is to work with your computers rather than toss them. ... Hospitalists who get involved in their hospitals' health IT often have the opportunity to test out the new
Q: What motivated this research? A: I spend my time as a health services researcher. ... There's so much happening in hospitals with increased scrutiny on quote/unquote “quality” (whatever that means), the health IT infrastructure, the reduced
FDA panel divided on rosiglitazoneCoumadin samples recalled. Last week, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued final rules defining meaningful use of electronic health records, which physician practices and hospitals ... Overall, ACP
When I give a speech about informatics, what I've always said is health IT is the foundation of a modern medical center. ... In the U.S. now, we pretty much operate almost everything leveraging health IT tools,” he said, adding that he always tries to
Hospitalists have learned to account for a plethora of customs, diets, lifestyles and herbal supplements that may influence patients' health and well-being. ... In areas with a high density of patients from eastern Africa and Yemen, educational campaigns
It isn't just behavioral health. It's also wound care, which is a huge issue for these patients. ... Behavioral health and wound care are still more in their infancy and experimental.
The astonishing thing to me was the fact that it was apparently pretty easy to shut down an entire health care ecosystem,” he said. ... of a hospital's system is actually more dependent on the organization itself than the vendor, said Michael McCoy, MD,
If you don't feel like your electronic health record (EHR) is as smart and well designed as it could be, you are definitely not alone. ... nobody reads it, it's not clear why it needs to be there,” said Stephen Martin, MD, associate professor of family