ED Performance and Viability

September 2013
HealthLeaders Magazine;Sep2013, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p8
The article presents the views of several healthcare executives on improving the performance and operational viability of their emergency departments (EDs) in the U.S. as of September 2013. Kyle Martin says that they manage healthcare costs to attract more ED patients. David M. Zechman improves the documentation chart along with audit reviews for their physicians and nurses. Alex M. Rosenau, however, practices coordination of ED care.


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