Could Medicare’s new “Preventable Complications” policy bring your emergency department to its knees?
In Massachusetts, fewer uninsured has meant physician shortages, increased wait times
What happened to post-mortem education?
You’re never overstaffed, just underfired
I’m the chief of a small ED group and have a new female grad working in our department. Overall she is quite talented and well liked but she seems to be having difficulties with a group of nurses on a particular shift...
How your ED performs on door-to-triage times is a significant quality indicator
On Tuesday, July 15, 2008, both the U.S. House and Senate voted to override the President’s veto of H.R. 6331, the “Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act of 2008.”
I recently had an emergency medical procedure and had to miss 7 shifts...
I’m a chairman that was lucky enough to have two full time night shift docs and the other docs got used to not having to do night shifts. Unfortunately, one of night shift people moved out of state and now my staff says that I either need to hire another night shift doc or create a pay differential for those working nights. I need some guidance.
Chairman under fire
Patients in Georgia charged for their visit up front, an increase in pay for on-call surgeons in Arizona, an EP group gives 500k for a community hospital upgrade, and more...