Abstract Number: 23

USING ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD PHENOTYPIC DATA TO PREDICT DISCHARGE DESTINATION

Background: Discharge to post-acute care settings (PACs), such as skilled nursing facilities (SNFs), requires significant, complex discharge planning which often needs to be started early during hospitalization to be complete by time of discharge. This [...]

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Abstract Number: 6

OVERNIGHT CROSS-COVERAGE ON HOSPITAL MEDICINE SERVICES: PERCEIVED WORKLOAD BASED ON PATIENT CENSUS, PAGER VOLUMES, AND PATIENT ACUITY

Background: While many Hospital Medicine groups employ overnight providers to exclusively care for previously admitted patients (cross-coverage), little data exists regarding factors contributing to the perceived workload of this role. The NASA-Task Load Index (NASA-TLX) [...]

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