Improved communication by timely nurse-physician rounding can lead to better outcomes for patients.
Can patient feedback support health services to measure and improve the quality and safety of patient care in the hospital?
Hyperglycemia in hospitalized patients is an extraordinarily common and growing problem.
From the Society
SHM was a key partner in the STRIVE program that sought to enhance infection prevention and control efforts.
The goal is not to bill as much as possible but rather to document appropriately.
Physicians continue to practice low value care because of practice habits and lack of cost transparency.
It’s a widespread problem among admitted patients that often goes unrecognized.
It’s the latest development in a burgeoning field.
Limited health literacy is associated with poor outcomes – and it’s common.
Portals help more patients engage with care outside the hospital, but inside they are still uncommon.