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SHM’s State of Hospital Medicine Report - the most in-depth and comprehensive survey of hospital medicine in the country. Available in print or a print & CD Bundle. Pricing: Print Only: Member $129.50, Non-Member $262.50. Print/CD Bundle: Member $149.50, Non-Member $287.50. Please log in for member pricing or join SHM to save today!
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SHM’s State of Hospital Medicine Report - the most in-depth and comprehensive survey of hospital medicine in the country. Available in print or a print & CD Bundle. Pricing: Print Only: Member $129.50, Non-Member $262.50. Print/CD Bundle: Member $149.50, Non-Member $287.50. Please log in for member pricing or join SHM to save today!
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The Society of Hospital Medicine's (SHM) State of Hospital Medicine Report-The most in-depth, comprehensive survey of hospital medicine in the country, the Report provides current data on hospitalist compensation and production, in addition to cutting-edge knowledge covering practice demographics, staffing levels, turnover, staff growth, compensation methods and financial support for solid, evidence-based management decisions. The Report is available in... Details

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The Society of Hospital Medicine's (SHM) State of Hospital Medicine Report-The most in-depth, comprehensive survey of hospital medicine in the country, the Report provides current data on hospitalist compensation and production, in addition to cutting-edge knowledge covering practice demographics, staffing levels, turnover, staff growth, compensation methods and financial support for solid, evidence-based management decisions. The Report is available in... Details

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Join hospitalist experts discussing their experiences and implementation strategies for the 2-Midnight Rule. CME credit available.

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The Acute Coronary Syndrome Performance Improvement CME program is a self-directed web-based activity designed to help healthcare providers evaluate their practice and improve performance on quality measures. Participants will go through three stages in order to assess their current practice, learn how to better their practice, and implement changes in their practice. Based on the participant’s performance assessment and self-evaluation, they will be given recommended... Details

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If you have purchased iCATT for your practice and have more than 10 individuals you are interested in enrolling, you may purchase users here. ($25.00 per individual)

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Content: Adolescent interview techniques, review of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and review of legal issues surrounding this population

Format: Online case-based content with an associated 25 single best answer multiple choice self-assessment, accompanying answers, rationales, and references

Passing Score: 80% (20 of 25) required for both MOC and CME credit

MOC Credit: Ten (10) self-evaluation points for diplomates enrolled in ... Details

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The Mgmt of TSOACs in the Inpatient and Perioperative Setting is part of a series of recorded webinars that will review best practices for inpatient anticoagulation, including the evidence-based management of atrial fibrillation, venous thromboembolism, perioperative anticoagulation, and anticoagulant-related bleeding. In addition, the series reviews the pharmacology and use of the new, target-specific oral anticoagulants, as well as strategies for planning and implementing... Details

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The Inpatient Mgmt of Anticoagulation for Patients with AFib is part of a series of recorded webinars that will review best practices for inpatient anticoagulation, including the evidence-based management of atrial fibrillation, venous thromboembolism, perioperative anticoagulation, and anticoagulant-related bleeding. In addition, the series reviews the pharmacology and use of the new, target-specific oral anticoagulants, as well as strategies for planning and implementing... Details

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The Anticoagulation for VTE & Management of VTE is part of a series of recorded webinars that will review best practices for inpatient anticoagulation, including the evidence-based management of atrial fibrillation, venous thromboembolism, perioperative anticoagulation, and anticoagulant-related bleeding. In addition, the series reviews the pharmacology and use of the new, target-specific oral anticoagulants, as well as strategies for planning and implementing anticoagulation... Details

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The Anticoagulation for VTE & Management of VTE is part of a series of recorded webinars that will review best practices for inpatient anticoagulation, including the evidence-based management of atrial fibrillation, venous thromboembolism, perioperative anticoagulation, and anticoagulant-related bleeding. In addition, the series reviews the pharmacology and use of the new, target-specific oral anticoagulants, as well as strategies for planning and implementing anticoagulation... Details

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The Reversal of New Oral Anticoagulants is part of a series of recorded webinars that will review best practices for inpatient anticoagulation, including the evidence-based management of atrial fibrillation, venous thromboembolism, perioperative anticoagulation, and anticoagulant-related bleeding. In addition, the series reviews the pharmacology and use of the new, target-specific oral anticoagulants, as well as strategies for planning and implementing anticoagulation quality... Details

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The Inpatient Programs to Improve Anticoagulation Mgmt is part of a series of recorded webinars that will review best practices for inpatient anticoagulation, including the evidence-based management of atrial fibrillation, venous thromboembolism, perioperative anticoagulation, and anticoagulant-related bleeding. In addition, the series reviews the pharmacology and use of the new, target-specific oral anticoagulants, as well as strategies for planning and implementing... Details

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The Perioperative Management of Anticoagulants is part of a series of recorded webinars that will review best practices for inpatient anticoagulation, including the evidence-based management of atrial fibrillation, venous thromboembolism, perioperative anticoagulation, and anticoagulant-related bleeding. In addition, the series reviews the pharmacology and use of the new, target-specific oral anticoagulants, as well as strategies for planning and implementing anticoagulation... Details

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NOW AVAILABLE FROM SHM: The newly released Second Edition of the Project BOOST Implementation Guide.

This updated Guide features information gleaned from the latest evidence on transitions of care and benefits from the experience of dozens of mentors and hundreds of team members who implemented Project BOOST at over 180 hospitals. The Guide is laid out in a user-friendly, step-by-step method with explicit instructions and worksheets to help new sites engage with Project... Details

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This clinical tool will help you uncover many misunderstandings your patients have about their medical conditions, medications, and self care instructions. Teach back has been shown to: IMPROVE ADHERENCE TO TREATMENT PLANS and REDUCE MEDICAL ERRORS.
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Project BOOST® presents a recorded educational webinar focusing on the Teach-Back process methodology. Dr. Jeffrey Greenwald (Project BOOST® Mentor) presents the Teach-Back communication method as a means of improving patient understanding of self-care instructions and overview a curriculum for trainers to use locally. This webinar offers AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(TM). Nursing participants may also submit for CEU credits as the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and American ... Details
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Presented by Eric A. Coleman, MD, MPH, this webinar will address proposed changes in how hospitals are reimbursed for readmissions. The discussion will provide a historical perspective on hospital reimbursement and review the literature on demographics and frequency of hospital readmissions. Opportunities to prevent readmissions will be reviewed within the general context of post-hospital follow-up and care. The session will also review national quality improvement initiatives and... Details
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Coaching a Quality Improvement Team LIVE WEBINAR with CME October 28, 2015 at 1:00-2:00 p.m. EDT Presenter: Jordan Messler, MD, SFHM

SHM presents a LIVE educational webinar focusing on the QI basics of forming a team and project and on understanding the elements that lead to both success and failure for QI projects. This webinar will provide Category 1 CME credit. ... Details

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CODE-H is a comprehensive and cost-effective course that covers principles of documentation, coding and billing for hospital medicine practices. By subscribing, your practice will gain access to a curriculum consisting of seven online activities consisting of recorded webinars bookended by pre- and post-tests. Our expert faculty cover the coding and documentation topics your practice needs to address to optimize your revenue cycle.

Extensive reference materials will be... Details

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Cognitive Bias and Diagnostic Errors is the seventh module of the HQPS Online Academy. The Academy consists of ten internet-based modules focused on the fundamentals of hospital quality and patient safety.
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Hyponatremia is the most common electrolyte disorder in clinical practice and is associated significant morbidity and mortality. Yet, there remain many questions surrounding the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and management of this condition in hospitalized patients, both inpatient and at discharge. Is hyponatremia a direct cause of poor outcomes or a marker of disease severity? What role does the cause of hyponatremia play in patient outcomes? Does the situational acuity affect... Details

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Hyponatremia is the most common electrolyte disorder in clinical practice and is associated significant morbidity and mortality. Yet, there remain many questions surrounding the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and management of this condition in hospitalized patients, both inpatient and at discharge. Is hyponatremia a direct cause of poor outcomes or a marker of disease severity? What role does the cause of hyponatremia play in patient outcomes? Does the situational acuity affect... Details

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Patient Safety Tools: RCA & FMEA is the fifth module of the HQPS Online Academy. The Academy consists of ten internet-based modules, focused on the fundamentals of hospital quality and patient safety.