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From the College

Doron Schneider, MD, FACP, chief patient safety and quality officer, Abington Health.
April 2014

Opioids

Clinicians should only consider opioids if expected benefits for both pain and function are anticipated to outweigh risks to the patient. ... Clinicians should continue opioid therapy only if there is clinically meaningful improvement in pain and
December 2015

Patient safety

Medicare payment cut goes into effect
March 2010

Highlights

The group received position statements from more than 100 medical organizations, heard personal testimony, and discussed the issue with the Institute of Medicine, patient advocates, sleep physiologists, patient safety experts and
June 2010

Education

The cases are eligible for online CME and MOC medical knowledge points and patient safety credits. ... Eliminate Disparities in Health Care Value. Mitigate the Impact of High Out-of-Pocket Costs on Patient Outcomes.
October 2020

Safety nets catch at-risk patients

Over the past four years, the ambulatory patient safety team at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston has worked to change that. ... Desai, MD, MPH, director of ambulatory patient safety at the hospital, at the 2019 annual meeting of the American Public
January 2020

Opioids

This risk among veterans underscores the importance of care coordination, for example through prescription drug monitoring programs (PDMP), to improve opioid prescribing safety, the authors wrote. ... patient safety, and health outcomes,” the
March 2019

Highlights

But, they added, improving patient safety is more difficult in the outpatient setting because many practices are too small to have well-trained staff devoted to patient safety. ... Because the amount per claim paid is higher in the inpatient setting and
June 2011

Internal Medicine Meeting 2017 offers new, rapid-fire session

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
February 2017

Facing depression in medical residency

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.
April 2016

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