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By Anne Bruce
Welcome to my second post on using mindful attention to mold strong, dynamic emergency department (ED) teams. Building on what we discussed...
By Mike Harrington and Jennifer Munkner
A fantastic workplace reputation makes it easier to attract and retain top talent. But how do you create...
By Jon Brummond, PA-C, MS
Picture the scene: You only need one or two items at the grocery store. You enter with the expectation that you will be able...
By Imamu Tomlinson, MD, MBA
Ask almost any physician why they chose medicine, and they'll answer, "I wanted to make a difference in the lives of patients...
By Gregg Miller, MD
Patient satisfaction, which now accounts for 30 percent of Medicare fee-for-performance payments, is closely tied to patients...
Re: Creating Virtual Express Lanes for Lower-Acuity ED Patients
Great article. I love the supermarket analogy.
Re: Community Paramedicine: Bridging the Gaps in Healthcare Delivery
Michael I need to talk to you about this for Redlands Fire.
Re: A Little EQ in the ED Goes a Long Way. Trust Me.
Thanks for sharing Mo. Great to hear things turned the corner and going in great direction.
Dr. Sequeira, I really like the term "Accountable Care Organization" and will share your article with...
Anne, thank you for your kind comments. It will take some work to break down the legal, organizational...