Factors to Consider in Developing a Neurohospitalist Program

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Factors to Consider in Developing a Neurohospitalist Program Hospitals are turning to neurohospitalists as a cost-effective means to improve coverage and care. The Demand for Neurohospitalists With fewer neurologists willing to cover inpatient consultations and provide Emergency Department-call coverage, hospitals have found that they can achieve stability by starting or expanding neurohospitalist programs. Neurohospitalists provide […]

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Part-time Locum Tenens Surgeons Can Alleviate Staffing Shortage Locum tenens surgeons offer a part-time solution to a full-time problem. U.S. Surgeon Shortage The United States faces a shortage of 91,000 physicians—including 46,000 surgeons and medical specialists—within the next 10 years because not enough physicians are being trained to keep pace with population growth and practitioners’ […]

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Results from telemedicine solutions drive broader adoption. Across the country, there’s a growing crisis in intensive care units (ICUs). On average, patients admitted into the ICU suffer an estimated 1.7 potentially life-threatening errors each day. As a safety standard to avoid such scenarios, the Leapfrog Group advises that intensivist physicians (physicians specially trained in the […]

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For physicians with a penchant for the nomadic life or an innate desire to explore new areas – or those who want to preserve time for other, possibly non-medicine pursuits – locum tenens can be an attractive practice option. And although locums is more prevalent in the primary care and internal medicine subspecialties than in […]

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