Is the integration of urgent, emergent, inpatient and
care of patients with
acute medical conditions.
We all know that the healthcare industry is changing at a rapid fire pace. In order to survive, we need to stay nimble, explore issues, debate solutions and create best practices for this new delivery model. This blog is the place for that conversation.
Whether you’re an administrator, physician, nurse, physician assistant or technician – if you’re providing care in the acute care setting, we want to hear your perspective. What’s happening in your health system today that is positively impacting your throughput? What tools will are your peers considering to readmission rates? Join us to learn and share!
Read the inaugural blog post “What is the Acute Care Continuum?”
Contribute to Perspectives
Join the conversation! Your comments on blog topics are key to the conversation. We encourage you to subscribe and give us your opinions in the comments section under each blog entry.
We also encourage you to submit articles and article topics. To do so, please contact the editor, Dan Schmid at email@example.com. Please also
Learn More About the Acute Care Continuum
This blog is dedicated to educating about the issues that affect providers, institutions, and other stakeholders of the Acute Care Continuum. We will post links to relevant articles, conferences, webinars, and other resources on this page as well as in a bi-weekly post under the Resources tab.
If you have resources or events you would like to contribute to Perspectives, please email the editor, Dan Schmid at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Subscribe via Email
Stay up to date with the latest posts by subscribing to Perspectives via email. Use the box at the top right of this page, or click here.
Click here to cancel reply.
Email (*) will only be visible to blog administrators
Remember my details
Notify me of followup comments via e-mail
Enter your email address:
By Kevin Kruse
While acute care hospitals are veterans in the fight to contain costs, healthcare reform is bringing greater focus to other aspects...
By Bruce Friedberg, MD
The northern San Diego region is growing rapidly, and last year, Palomar Health unveiled a state-of-the-art hospital to meet...
By Mike Harrington
About thirty years ago, I was an accountant for Arthur Young. One of my auditing clients was a young emergency...
By Ted Kloth, MD, FACEP
The time is coming when consolidation and transparency will reign supreme, and the effects are already being felt throughout...
By Theo Koury, MD, FACEP
Hospitals across the country are starting to feel the effects of healthcare reform. Beginning in fiscal year 2013 (September...
Re: Who Will Rescue Healthcare and Solve The EMR Debacle? We Need Another Steve Jobs
desfibriladoreszollaedplus.es I am so delighted I found your blog, I really found you by accident, while...
Re: Employee Engagement: A Critical Tool in the Age of Healthcare Reform
Être un sujet de fait inéluctable, la quantité de questions d'une dame porte couplé avec elle, va sur...
isaba.com I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first...
Re: All the World’s A Stage for this (Pay for) Performance
Acute care settings include but are not limited to: emergency department, intensive care, coronary care...
Re: Triage Out
The financial benefits to both the individual and the medical center from a triage out system are obvious...