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St. Luke's finds success with its Hospital In Your Home program

Healthcare It News

Lastly, Saint Luke’s expected to see a reduction in ED holds and the ability to accept transfers from outlying community hospitals for tertiary care services. MEETING THE CHALLENGE Saint Luke’s partnered with Medically Home to establish an integrated virtual and physical care model to manage the census of HIYH.

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Maimonides Medical Center completes massive digital health initiative in two years

Healthcare It News

It is Brooklyn's tertiary care hub serving diverse communities with large Medicaid, Medicare and uninsured populations. It is Brooklyn's largest hospital, with more than 600 beds, 6,500 staff, 43,000 annual inpatient discharges and 600,000 annual outpatient encounters.

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How can physicians earn a ‘gold card’?

Healthcare ECONOMIST

Would physicians at tertiary care centers or academic health centers be less likely to get a gold card due to treating more complex patients? A key question of course is who determines the gold card criteria and are do they adequately distinguish between physicians who are outlier compared to non-outlier prescribers.

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Coping with Crises: Using Telemedicine to Deliver Effective Virtual Critical Care

HIT Consultant

NETCCN and its partners, including Avel eCare, worked quickly to connect remote community hospitals with skilled critical care clinicians using telemedicine technology. The results have been transformative.

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Remembering The Forgotten Patients

Healthcare Leadership

Clinicians pushed to the max with 10-minute patient interactions (if lucky), hospitals forced to become marketing engines just to survive, nurses doing duties beyond what they ever imagined, and a tertiary-care system that is rough, to say the least. Let’s not focus on just one example of forgotten/overlooked patients.

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Shift Happens

Geek Doctor

A palliative care model that was trained on data from the Rochester, Minnesota, community, for instance, did not work well in our health system because the severity of patient disease in a tertiary care facility is very different than what’s seen in a local community hospital.

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Q/A: LookDeep Health CEO Talks AI Adoption & Tackling Clinical Staff Skepticism

HIT Consultant

If you are a large healthcare system, and you want to reduce hospital admissions, you may want to know which of your patients are most likely to visit an emergency room in the next 30 days so care teams can pay more attention to them.

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