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Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee news: Vasopressin removed from code trays
2/5/2016

Also: Providers asked to limit utilization of fentanyl and hydromorphone PCAs to patients with documented allergy/intolerance to morphine.

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Use two identifiers to ensure that patients get the right treatment at the right time
1/8/2016

Misidentifying patients can result in the wrong tests, blood work, procedures and medications.

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Patient on Observation? Make wise choices to ensure maximum reimbursement
1/8/2016

Medicare changes require careful attention, understanding of nuances and proper coding of procedures.

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How to talk to patients about advance care planning
12/7/2015

Geriatrician Dr. Leon Kraybill offers practical advice for physicians who want to start the conversation.

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Patient Safety Update: How to incorporate cellphone photos of patients into the medical record
12/7/2015

Clinicians can use the camera integrated into Haiku and Canto devices to capture clinical images.

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PA Post: In new column, Physician Advisors offer tips for physicians who work with hospital patients
12/7/2015

When hospital census is up, SNF, PT and other resources are limited. Please choose wisely.

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Thank you for a successful ICD-10 transition
12/7/2015

Your prompt response to coding queries is appreciated; support is available for any issues.

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Have you visited the Physicians page on StarNet?
11/7/2015

You’ll find dozens of resources – from patient care tools to calculators and academic journals
-- all in one place.

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Opiate addiction affects a growing number of newborns
11/7/2015

Neonatal abstinence syndrome impacts 7 to 10 percent of infants treated annually in the NICU at Women & Babies Hospital.

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