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Emergency Department Online Patient-Caregiver Scheduling

Hanan Rosemarin, Ariel Rosenfeld, Sarit Kraus
Emergency Departments (EDs) provide an imperative source of medical care.  ...  In this paper, we propose a novel online deep-learning scheduling approach for the automatic assignment and scheduling of medical personnel to arriving patients.  ...  Approach We address the problem by modeling the patient-caregiver scheduling process as a novel online scheduling problem.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aaai.v33i01.330110013 fatcat:6rmkukv5izepje6n4rlnbnnhvq

Emergency Department Online Patient-Caregiver Scheduling

Hanan Rosemarin, Ariel Rosenfeld, Sarit Kraus
Emergency Departments (EDs) provide an imperative source of medical care.  ...  In this paper, we propose a novel online deep-learning scheduling approach for the automatic assignment and scheduling of medical personnel to arriving patients.  ...  Introduction Nearly half of all US hospital-associated medical care is delivered by Emergency Departments (EDs, also known as emergency rooms), making EDs a major source of medical care, especially for  ... 
doi:10.1609/aaai.v33i01.3301695 fatcat:kaz3sdhf5rf2npxy44fifhl2gu

Page 473 of Journal of Child and Family Studies Vol. 20, Issue 4 [page]

2011 Journal of Child and Family Studies  
Although there is a paucity of research in the area of psychosocial functioning in patients presenting to a Pediatric Emergency Department (PED), one study of pediatric patients in the ED found that 20%  ...  This indicates that the Emergency Department (ED) can provide a high- ) Springer  ... 

Initiating an online asthma management program in urban emergency departments: the recruitment experience

Christine L.M. Joseph, Mei Lu, Stephanie Stokes-Bruzzelli, Dayna A. Johnson, Elizabeth Duffy, Michele Demers, Talan Zhang, Dennis R. Ownby, Edward Zoratti, Prashant Mahajan
2016 Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology  
department.  ...  Components of study enrollment Baseline and Session 1-After obtaining consent/assent, teens completed an online baseline questionnaire from a laptop or from a mobile in-house computer.  ...  In 2013, a total of 403 patients aged 13-19 years made a visit to CHM Emergency Department for asthma.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.anai.2015.10.021 pmid:26596405 pmcid:PMC4695271 fatcat:itu4fmxd2bhsbcntx7fr3g57zi

Identified barriers and facilitators to stroke risk screening in children with sickle cell anemia: results from the DISPLACE consortium

Shannon M. Phillips, Alyssa M. Schlenz, Martina Mueller, Cathy L. Melvin, Robert J. Adams, Julie Kanter
2021 Implementation Science Communications  
Methods A qualitative descriptive approach was used to conduct 52 semi-structured interviews with a sample of patients with sickle cell anemia, their parents or primary caregivers, and healthcare providers  ...  Results Fourteen barrier themes and 12 facilitator themes emerged representing all levels of the ecological framework.  ...  and caregiver demographics Individual with sickle cell anemia (n = 27) Caregiver (n = 26) SCA sickle cell anemia, GED general education diploma, ED emergency department Age (years) M = 11.6, median =  ... 
doi:10.1186/s43058-021-00192-z pmid:34376249 pmcid:PMC8353775 fatcat:mrfskkphdjbkpb6p2tj66foz7m

Emergency Medicine Palliative Care Access (EMPallA): protocol for a multicentre randomised controlled trial comparing the effectiveness of specialty outpatient versus nurse-led telephonic palliative care of older adults with advanced illness

Corita R Grudzen, Deborah J Shim, Abigail M Schmucker, Jeanne Cho, Keith S Goldfeld
2019 BMJ Open  
We will enrol 1350 patients aged 50+ years and 675 of their caregivers across nine EDs.  ...  IntroductionEmergency department (ED)-initiated palliative care has been shown to improve patient-centred outcomes in older adults with serious, life-limiting illnesses.  ...  Introduction Emergency department (ED)-initiated palliative care has been shown to improve patientcentred outcomes in older adults with serious, life-limiting illnesses.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-025692 pmid:30813112 pmcid:PMC6347856 fatcat:5jhco7yjybanpi3jpdxpupwo7i

Ambulatory cancer care electronic symptom self-reporting (ACCESS) for surgical patients: a randomised controlled trial protocol

Cara Stabile, Larissa K Temple, Jessica S Ancker, Ethan Basch, Jeanne Carter, Magen Miranda, Daniel Stein, Peter D Stetson, Andrew Vickers, Brett A Simon, Andrea L Pusic
2019 BMJ Open  
The primary study outcomes assess unplanned emergency department visits and symptom-triggered interventions (eg, nursing calls and pain management referrals) within 30 days, and secondary outcomes assess  ...  the patient and caregiver experience (ie, patient engagement, patient anxiety and caregiver burden).Ethics and disseminationThis study is approved by the Institutional Review Board at Memorial Sloan Kettering  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge their Patient Partners and study stakeholders, who have contributed significantly to the study design, choice of outcomes and ACCESS system development  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2019-030863 pmid:31530612 pmcid:PMC6756418 fatcat:bretcfknpfcmjelbxqv337j5bu

The chronic care attention in osi debabarrena: an integrated management model

Esperanza Montero, Pilar Bernardo, Nicolas Gurruchaga, Jose Francisco Egido, Arantza Aranburu, Jose Agustin Unzueta, Olatz Aizpuru, Edurne Elezgaray, Arantzazu Arrospide, Mirari Elosua, Juan Manuel Sanzo
2019 International Journal of Integrated Care  
18% (n=346) were hospitalized (45.9% of them for a medical problem) and the 15.6% of the admitted in Internal Medicine were scheduled hospitalizations (avoiding the emergency department) after keeping  ...  , primary care specialty and social service providers.4 Rapidly and effectively responding to changes in patients´ conditions to avoid use of unnecessary services,particularly emergency departments or  ...  Conclusions: The program and the goals are well defined being necessary to keep on working together in the same direction and closely to patients and caregivers so as to optimize results.Due to a reflection  ... 
doi:10.5334/ijic.s3072 fatcat:hinykopuxnebtddrf5yrz7dr7i

Caring for Caregivers during COVID ‐19

Stuti Dang, Lauren S. Penney, Ranak Trivedi, Polly H. Noel, Mary Jo Pugh, Erin Finley, Jacqueline A. Pugh, Courtney H. Van Houtven, Luci Leykum
2020 Journal of The American Geriatrics Society  
In addition, nurse care managers make post-emergency department and post-hospital discharge telephone visits to avoid unnecessary readmissions or follow-up visits to the emergency department.  ...  If appropriate, have your staff incorporate this into regularly scheduled patient and caregiver education calls.  ...  Sponsor's Role: The contents of this publication do not reflect the views of the Department of Veterans Affairs. The authors assume full responsibility for the ideas presented.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jgs.16726 pmid:32638348 fatcat:v7unboxdkvdq7b3zv25trh6orm

Integrated infection control strategy to minimize nosocomial infection of corona virus disease 2019 among ENT healthcare workers

Dan Lu, Haiyang Wang, Rong Yu, HuiYang, Yu Zhao
2020 Journal of Hospital Infection  
online consulting services.  ...  To decrease the density of patients, the ENT department separated the waiting area from the treatment area, reduced the number of appointments, scheduled appointments at different times, and increased  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jhin.2020.02.018 pmid:32114056 pmcid:PMC7124261 fatcat:ftmpp2tb2bfhtndklaao27otue

Suggestions for Radiation Oncologists during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Pierfrancesco Franco, Lofti Kochbati, Marco Siano, Berardino De Bari
2020 BioMed Research International  
SARS-CoV-2 pandemic and COVID-19 diffusion have recently become an international public health emergency.  ...  Cancer patients, as a frail population, are particularly exposed to the risk related to infections.  ...  Limiting the access to the radiotherapy department to patients and necessary caregivers could also be suggested.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2020/4892382 pmid:32509860 pmcid:PMC7254074 fatcat:ztolznyqqneevbctxxlvxayhlm

Awareness of the COVID-19 Outbreak and Resultant Depressive Tendencies in Patients with Severe Alzheimer's Disease

Akito Tsugawa, Shu Sakurai, Yuta Inagawa, Daisuke Hirose, Yoshitsugu Kaneko, Yusuke Ogawa, Shuntaro Serisawa, Naoto Takenoshita, Hirofumi Sakurai, Hidekazu Kanetaka, Kentaro Hirao, Soichiro Shimizu
2020 Journal of Alzheimer's Disease  
The ongoing coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has substantially affected patients with dementia and their caregivers.  ...  investigated the association between rate of awareness of COVID-19 and depressive tendency in AD. 126 consecutive outpatients with AD were enrolled in this study from May 25, on the day when the declaration of emergency  ...  Authors' disclosures available online (https://  ... 
doi:10.3233/jad-200832 pmid:32925073 fatcat:7q56vcbgc5gynapeifaenubgny

Characteristics of patients and families who make early return visits to the pediatric emergency department

Samina Ali, Logue, Spiers, Newton, Lander
2013 Open Access Emergency Medicine  
To date, the reasons caregivers and families return to the pediatric emergency department (PED) remain debatable, and some reasons may be as yet undefined.  ...  This could be helpful on multiple levels, directing resources to meet patients' and families' needs and potentially decreasing the burden on the emergency department.  ... 
doi:10.2147/oaem.s43621 pmid:27147868 pmcid:PMC4806876 fatcat:cwrsjhdyd5gt5lzh5wizxdo56m

Long acting injectable antipsychotic medications: Ensuring care continuity during the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions

Jessica M. Gannon, Judith Conlogue, Robin Sherwood, Jessica Nichols, Juliette R. Ballough, Noreen M. Fredrick, K.N. Roy Chengappa
2020 Schizophrenia Research  
Joan Spinogatti for facilitating author collaboration and contributions, and Forbes pharmacy staff for their compassionate care and counseling to the patients.  ...  These measures were carefully described to patients or caregivers who expressed concerns.  ...  , their caregivers and families.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.schres.2020.05.001 pmid:32389613 pmcid:PMC7203049 fatcat:xr23d2pjwfdl7oak24356cr5uy

P096: A peer-reviewed instructional video is as effective as a standard recorded didactic lecture in medical trainees performing chest tube insertion: a randomized control trial

T. Saun, S. Odorizzi, C. Yeung, M. Johnson, G. Bandiera, S. Dev
2017 CJEM: Canadian Journal of Emergency Medical Care  
Online medical education resources are becoming an increasingly used modality and many studies have demonstrated their efficacy in procedural instruction.  ...  This study sought to determine whether a standardized online procedural video is as effective as a standard recorded didactic teaching session for chest tube insertion.  ...  Keywords: patient satisfaction, emergency department, communication Introduction: Burnout is well documented in residents and emergency physicians.  ... 
doi:10.1017/cem.2017.298 fatcat:v6ttkobulfb5xj7ppsiitcddwi
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