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ACUITY-BASED NIGHTTIME VITAL SIGN ASSESSMENTS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

Background: Sleep disruptions for routine care, such as vital sign assessments, are common during hospitalization and are associated with negative health outcomes and patient satisfaction. While higher risk patients may benefit from increased monitoring at [...]

By | 2019-03-12T15:47:11+00:00 March 11th, 2019|Hospital Medicine 2019, Oral Presentations, Outcomes Research, Research|Comments Off on ACUITY-BASED NIGHTTIME VITAL SIGN ASSESSMENTS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

EVALUATION OF THE ORDER S.M.A.R.T.T. (SLEEP: MAKING APPROPRIATE REDUCTIONS IN TESTING AND TIMING) LABS: AN INITIATIVE TO REDUCE PHLEBOTOMY AND IMPROVE SLEEP FRIENDLY LABS ON RESIDENT AND HOSPITALIST GENERAL MEDICINE SERVICES

Background: Excessive daily routine laboratory testing for hospitalized patients is a contributor to poor hospital sleep, iatrogenic anemia, and excessive costs. Recommendations from the Choosing Wisely™ campaign specifically state to avoid sleep interruptions for routine [...]

By | 2019-03-18T13:30:55+00:00 March 11th, 2019|Finalist Posters - Research, Hospital Medicine 2019, Quality Improvement, Research|Comments Off on EVALUATION OF THE ORDER S.M.A.R.T.T. (SLEEP: MAKING APPROPRIATE REDUCTIONS IN TESTING AND TIMING) LABS: AN INITIATIVE TO REDUCE PHLEBOTOMY AND IMPROVE SLEEP FRIENDLY LABS ON RESIDENT AND HOSPITALIST GENERAL MEDICINE SERVICES

SLEEP FOR HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS – TRANSLATING RESEARCH INTO PRACTICE

Background: Evidence-based medicine and research are the backdrops to our everyday practice of medicine. Although there are defined steps in carrying research project to publication, there is paucity in the translation of research to practice.(1,2) [...]

By | 2018-03-19T15:44:00+00:00 March 19th, 2018|Innovations, Translating Research into Practice, Uncategorized|Comments Off on SLEEP FOR HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS – TRANSLATING RESEARCH INTO PRACTICE

SLEEP IS VITAL: IMPROVING SLEEP BY REDUCING UNNECESSARY NOCTURNAL VITAL SIGNS

Background: Hospitalized patients get fewer than five hours of sleep a night. Poor sleep leads to increased rates of delirium, falls, and hypertension, and decreased patient satisfaction. Purpose: To improve sleep among hospitalized patients through [...]

By | 2017-04-20T17:35:55+00:00 April 20th, 2017|Innovations Abstracts, Quality Improvement|Comments Off on SLEEP IS VITAL: IMPROVING SLEEP BY REDUCING UNNECESSARY NOCTURNAL VITAL SIGNS

USING PREDICTIVE MODELING TO IDENTIFY EXCESS VITAL SIGN ASSESSMENT IN HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS

Background: Clinically stable inpatients may receive potentially unnecessary care, such as overnight vital sign assessment. Nighttime vital signs can disrupt sleep and adversely affect patient satisfaction and contribute to delirium. However, it may be difficult [...]

By | 2019-03-12T15:48:40+00:00 March 11th, 2019|Hospital Medicine 2019, Innovations, Oral Presentations, Technology in Hospital Medicine|Comments Off on USING PREDICTIVE MODELING TO IDENTIFY EXCESS VITAL SIGN ASSESSMENT IN HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS