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Building Better Rounds

Building Better Rounds It's one of the toughest initiatives that hospitalists tackle: how to launch unit-based care. The hospitalists at Presbyterian Hospital in Albuquerque, N.M., have had great success implementing the model hospital-wide, but only after overcoming a host of problems and converting a lot of skeptics. In this series, David J. Yu, MD, MBA, Presbyterian's medical director of adult inpatient medicine services, details the steps the hospital took to start and maintain unit-based care.

Getting started in unit-based care, May 2013
Unit-based care: politics and money, June 2013
Unit-based care: saving money, making converts, August 2013
Downstream effects of unit-based care, October 2013
 
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Stella Fitzgibbons, MD Blog A rush to discharge?
Your hospital has announced a "length of stay initiative" accompanied by e-mails and presentations at staff meetings in which you're...
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IV acetaminophen: The Hospitalist's Perspective

This special report examines data on the efficacy of IV acetaminophen in controlling pain; its ability to reduce the use of opioids and associated adverse effects; and its effects on length of stay and patient satisfaction.
 
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