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A new system in Toronto provides an example of emergency department solutions.
A proposal of hospital policy change by Medicare officials seeks to limit the amount of days a patient stays under observation care.
Research shows that a lower nurse-to-patient ratio may reduce the number of pediatric hospital readmissions.
Patients may turn to urgent care centers rather than emergency department solutions to save them time and money. Private investors also see the appeal of these clinics.
Dermatologic knowledge is often lacking in hospitalist medicine. Therefore, to treat certain skin problems, including those from hazardous work environments, dermatologists offer hospitalists several tips on skin care.
Paul Grundy, M.D., explains that patient-centered medical homes provide an example of the long-term, preventative medical care model that U.S. healthcare on the whole should follow.
Medical professionals use online social media to assist their patients. A new guideline by the American College of Physicians explains how to use these online platforms professionally.
Patient-centered medical homes cut down on unneccesary ER visits and provide patients with quality care.
Advances in technology help medical professionals give effeicient, quality care. At the same time, they save patients time and hassle.
A new AAAHC certification may increase the quality of care at patient-centered medical homes.