practice. The MISC is most interested in workshops that have a high likelihood of encouraging use of technology and computer applications shown to improve quality of care, patient safety, and practice
Q: How can practices ensure patient safety during the transition? ... send secure patient information in a secure, encrypted fashion.
He is a current member of the New York Chapter's Quality and Patient Safety Committee and is an associate editor of ACP Journal Club.
Through a new collaboration between the Chapter's Health and Public Policy, Health Information Technology, and Quality and Patient Safety Committees, material was developed quickly to demonstrate the importance of telehealth ... in maintaining
a 2007 report in The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety. ... through the day, not adequately reflecting on the patient or the science of medicine.
So another new aspect this year is an increased focus on resiliency and the high level of physician burnout that is affecting retention, patient safety, professional satisfaction, and trainees' perceptions of
Part one, the specialty of hospital medicine and systems of care, addresses value-based medicine, critical decision making at the point of care, transitions of care, patient safety, and quality improvement. ... Approach to the patient at the bedside may
When you're ranking optimization requests, those that affect patient safety should be first, followed by those that affect physician productivity and those that have an impact on revenue, Dr. ... Mohammed-Rajput said. If the vendor won't give you the
practice whenever possible without compromising patient safety, according to a new ACP position paper developed by ACP's Ethics, Professionalism and Human Rights Committee. ... New curriculum highlights patients' goals, preferences. Patient Priorities
One patient looked at me as if I'd put a lump of coal in his Halloween bag. ... Dr. Schumann is a general internist. His blog, GlassHospital, seeks to bring transparency to medical practice and to improve the patient experience.