by Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, Center for General Health Services Intramural Research, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Agency for Health Care Policy and Research in Rockville, Md .
Written in English
|Statement||[Anne Elixhauser, D. Robert Harris, and Rosanna M. Coffey]|
|Series||Provider studies research note -- 22, AHCPR pub -- no. 95-0002|
|Contributions||Elixhauser, A. 1955-, Harris, D. Robert., Coffey, Rosanna M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||209 p. :|
|Number of Pages||209|
Trends in hospital procedures performed on black patients and white patients, Rockville, Md. (Executive Office Center, Suite , East Jefferson St., Rockville ): Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, Center for General Health Services Intramural Research, United States Department of Health and Human Services, Public. Audrey J. Weiss, Ph.D. and Anne Elixhauser, Ph.D. Introduction More than 24 million hospital stays (63% of all stays) in involved some type of procedure. 1 Some of these procedures (such as a chest X-ray or skin biopsy) occurred outside of the operating room (OR). Others were major OR procedures (such as hip replacement or heart valve repair). Hospital Operations focuses exclusively on the health care delivery process to generate insights and tools for improving hospital performance regardless of the political or economic environment. Specifically this book helps hospital administrators and clinicians to: • Reduce ED over crowding • Improve patient safety • Enhance OR scheduling/5(14). It is a practical text, with an illustrated procedures section, intended for use as a reference for hospital-based procedures. The Hospitalist will serve as a pocket guide for those intending to obtain rapid information on practice management principles unique to a hospitalist s: 6.
ANNOUNCED HOSPITAL ACQUISITIONS – TRENDS. The following graph illustrates the number of announced hospital acquisitions by year as outlined in Irving Levin Associates’ merger and acquisition database over the past six years. Hospital acquisition plateaued in , and has since been on the decline, with 95 acquisitions in , to 67 in Our goal is to describe trends in admission and surgical procedures following ED visits for diverticulitis, and to determine which patient characteristics predict admission. Methods: We performed a cross-sectional descriptive analysis using data on ED visits from – to determine change in admission and surgical patterns over time. Trends in hospital costs, length of hospital stay, and number of discharges are presented for with projected values through Hospital costs and utilization also are provided for five distinct hospital service lines representing all types of inpatient discharges: medical, surgery, injury, mental health, and maternal and neonatal. Medical Science and related health facility planning is an emerging sector of health infrastructure development. Medical technology, health transition, consumers expectations epidemiological and demographic changes, all impact upon the provisions of healthcare. There have been metamorphic changes in the recent past in the sphere of health care delivery. The planning, design and final.
Trends in Hospital Inpatient Drug Costs: Issues and Challenges, October The American Hospital Association and the Federation of American Hospitals commissioned this study to better understand how drug prices are changing in the inpatient hospital setting. 10 current trends in hospital medicine: 1. Growth in the field “The demand for doctors to do that work has exceeded supply, for the whole history of the field,” said John Nelson, MD, MHM, FACP, with Nelson Flores Hospital Medicine Consultants in La Quinta, California, and an early hospitalist. “The [hospitalist] specialty has grown fast.”. A collection of medical professional and patient education print and video materials as well as consumer health books, DVDs and newsletters. Visit site. Discovery's Edge. A publication for physicians that highlights trends in ophthalmology-related procedures and . It also covers common procedures, patient monitoring and supportive care on the wards and some common surgical conditions that can be managed in small hospitals. Details of the evidence on which the Pocket Book is based can be found on the WHO website from the relevant published guidelines provided in the bibliography.