- CCHMS debates staffing of accident departments. // British Medical Journal;5/19/1979, Vol. 1 Issue 6174, p1363
Reports developments related to medical services in Great Britain as of May 1979. Debate in the Central Committee for Hospital Medical Services regarding staffing of accident departments; Importance of effective consultant supervision; Incorporation of other principles to the hospital...
- Creating a High Performance Medical Staff. Hegland, Larry T. // Physician Executive;Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p28
The article discusses the plan to create a high-performance medical staff in the U.S. It is said that one approach to consider is to engage physicians in hospital operations and develop a top-notch medical staff. It asserts that the means to the development of the situation of Saint Clare's...
- THE "CURSE OF THE REGISTRAR". Medford, Andrew R. L.; Warriner, David R. // BMJ: British Medical Journal;10/13/2012, Vol. 345 Issue 7878, p28
A letter is presented in response to the article "The curse of the registrar," by J. Walsche in the September 18, 2012 issue.
- AVOIDING NEEDLESTICK. // Medical Device Technology;Dec2003, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p6
Presents information on the number of injuries received by personnel in the German hospital sector. Regulations to increase safety in the health care services in Germany; Stress on the use of integrated safety elements.
- The country doctor's lament. Renouf, Tia // Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine;Summer2005, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p181
Reports on strategies to attract physicians to work in rural areas. Difficulty of attracting new graduates to country medicine; Barriers to the recruitment of rural physicians; Perception or real lack of respect emanating from the tertiary care centres.
- Follow the Money. Bavin, Stefoni A.; Wolosin, Robert // Marketing Health Services;Summer2008, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p10
The article discusses a study which examined the satisfaction of high-revenue physicians at hospitals. High-revenue physicians, the article indicates, are those that generate large amounts of revenue for a hospital. The manner in which the data for the study is given. Satisfaction levels for...
- Impacts of the Medical Malpractice Slowdown in Los Angeles County: January 1976. James, James J. // American Journal of Public Health;May79, Vol. 69 Issue 5, p437
Abstract: The Los Angeles County (California) physician strike of January 1976 resulted in a partial withdrawal of physician services. Among recorded impacts were a $17.5 million loss in hospital revenues and an $8.5 million pay loss for hospital employees. Several surveys revealed no evidence...
- The impact of workforce flexibility on older people's services. Nancarrow, S. // International Journal of Therapy & Rehabilitation;Sep2008, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p374
The author reflects on the unprecedented changes in the health workforce. He states that the changes were introduced to address staffing shortages in medical health professions. Information on the team research which aimed to explore the impact of workforce change and workforce flexibility on...
- Hiring the Right CMIO for Your Organization. Wilson, Linda // Healthdatamanagement.com;1/8/2016, p1
The right combination of education, skills and professional experience for the chief medical information officer role can vary. However, most healthcare organizations want someone to serve as a liaison between the medical staff and the institution, particularly the information systems staff.