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Diabetes

EST. It will be led by quality improvement expert Doron Schneider, MD, FACP, chief patient safety and quality officer at Abington Health in Abington, Pa. ... Helping the Patient with Diabetes Difficulties: Focus on Patients with A1c >9 , June 16 (M.
March 2015

Prevent, recognize impairment

In these cases, physicians should be rehabilitated and reintegrated into medical practice whenever possible without compromising patient safety, according to a recent ACP position paper, published in June by Annals of ... Physician impairment and
September 2019

With EHRs or paper, outpatient practices can improve safety

Dr. Gandhi, the executive director of patient safety for Partners Healthcare in Boston, was honored last year by the National Quality Forum and The Joint Commission for her groundbreaking research in ... ambulatory patient safety.
May 2010

Atrial fibrillation

Monthly international normalized ratio for warfarin treatment (outpatient). The quality measures were classified under the domains of effective clinical care, patient safety, or communication and care coordination.
June 2016

From ACP Hospitalist

The magazine is looking for hospitalists who made notable contributions to the field in 2010, whether through exceptional clinical skills, improved work flow, patient safety, cost savings, leadership, mentorship or quality
June 2010

Diabetes

The statement's section on patient safety issues has also been updated. ... The statement also provides data on comparisons of different pumps, safety issues, and cost-effectiveness.
June 2014

Making opiates safe, efficient in the office

flag.”. The screening assays were developed for use in emergency departments to detect very high doses in a patient. ... Ethically and legally it's not right to abandon a patient in that situation.
June 2012

Practice management

2) collect data, 3) support patient safety, and 4) ensure privacy and security protection.
June 2013

From ACP Internist

struck. Getting to quality and safety by ‘degrees'. ... Programs in quality and patient safety initiatives have come to the fore as graduate-level degrees, adding prestige to a new body of knowledge that has emerged in the past decade.
May 2010

From ACP Hospitalist

We're looking for hospitalists who made notable contributions to the field in 2010, whether through exceptional clinical skills, improved work flow, patient safety, cost savings, leadership, mentorship or quality improvement.
June 2010

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