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"The increasing complexity of health care makes team-based care necessary to achieve successful health outcomes for patients," says in our article, "Unit-based models of care." 👀 How do you see impacting healthcare?
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SHM Advocacy 18h
Burdensome regulations prevent providers from doing what matters--which is caring for patients Read our response to CMS' Request for Information about their "Patients Over Paperwork" Initiative to learn more
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Thanks for reading and sharing! Was there anything in particular within the paper that caught your attention?
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Richard Pizzi 20h
A staffing backup system is a necessary tool for almost every practice, says
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🕒 How much time are you spending at your patients' bedside? In one of our newest articles, we explore the frequency of nurse and physician overlap at the patient beside and what factors affect this frequency:
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Society of Hospital Medicine Aug 17
🤔 How can the environment contribute to decompensation of symptoms? In a recent article of The Hospitalist, PTSD in the inpatient setting, , Brian Kwan, MD, FHM & Scott Steinbach, MD explore some potential hypotheses:
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JoeUKHM Aug 16
Excited about my upcoming talk with Dr. Crecelius (from ) in a just a few days at the Heartland Hospital Medicine () Conference! Here's a graphic about our talk (inspired by ):
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Society of Hospital Medicine Aug 16
Have you heard of Things We Do For No Reason ()? 😎 Part of this series of articles is aimed at highlighting low value care within medicine. Join in to discuss what can be done more thoughtfully for our patients! Check it out:
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Society of Hospital Medicine Aug 16
is evolving 📚 “The changing landscape of medical education: A brave new world” written by , Elaine Muchmore, MD & Brian Kwan, MD, FHM explore these changes: Have you noticed these differences in your day-to-day?
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Society of Hospital Medicine Aug 15
"Have you ever tried to get a restful night of in the hospital? It's pretty hard." - 💤 Check out one of our 2019 papers in where we explore the 'Effectiveness of SIESTA on Objective & Subjective Metrics of Nighttime Hospital Sleep Disruptors':
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Dhaval Desai, MD Aug 15
A fun morning presenting cases on Glycemic Control to a very engaged group of Residents ! Great discussion & comments, touching on and too!
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Jennifer Robles Aug 14
My new favorite thing is the Journal for Hospital Medicine's "Things We Do for No Reason" series. Many are relevant to surgical practice & I'll be posting my faves b/c they're really great. Things we do for no reason: use hypotonic fluids for Maintenance!
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Society of Hospital Medicine Aug 15
is looking for your feedback in creating a statement on behalf of our diversity & inclusion SIG 💙 Any ideas on what should be included?
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Society of Hospital Medicine Aug 15
Thanks for sharing this, Tyler - these tips are always great to keep in mind!
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Society of Hospital Medicine Aug 14
Replying to @joyclee @ChrisMoriates
Thanks for sharing this, Joyce - We hope you enjoyed ' latest post!
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Rebecca Jaffe Aug 14
Hi ! Working on & low hanging fruit. Wondering if u would share how your institution centralizes resources (?online) for staff/providers in crisis. How do you all make sure info is available to those who need it when they need it? Screenshots bonus!
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Dhaval Desai, MD Aug 14
We feel pressured to discharge early and efficiently. EVERYONE feels RUSHED. But, patients remember the end of the hospitalization. Take an extra 1-2 minutes sitting, answering ?'s, and reviewing .
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Society of Hospital Medicine Aug 14
Replying to @DrDesaiMDx
Great advice - Every moment matters!
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Society of Hospital Medicine Aug 14
Replying to @nvhstewart @MSebaskyMD
You got it! If there's anything in particular that you'd like to see in the future, do let us know!
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Society of Hospital Medicine Aug 14
Replying to @nvhstewart @MSebaskyMD
Thanks for sharing these, Nancy! Is there an article that you were most interested in/looking forward to reading?
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