Multidisciplinary Care

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Abstract Number: 14

ENDING ENDOSCOPY DELAY: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO REDUCE INPATIENT ENDOSCOPY DELAYS

Background: Endoscopies are commonly performed in the inpatient setting, and successful completion frequently requires close coordination among nurses, hospitalists, gastroenterologists, and anesthesiologists. Given the complexity of this multidisciplinary involvement, as well as variability in patient [...]

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HM2016 Abstract Number: 70

Building Parallel Co-Management Services in a Large Academic Hospitalist Group

Background: Co-management across service lines has become increasingly common in hospital medicine. SHM’s Co-Management Task Force has outlined several components of a successful co-management program. Recent studies have shown that cross-disciplinary service arrangements, which are [...]

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