Study: Hospitalists Reduce Hospitalization Costs by $1,400 Per Stay
The study, led by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco examined nearly 7,600 patients between June 1, 2005, and Dec. 31, 2008.
The study, however, found co-management did not impact patient mortality or readmission rates, length of stay or patient satisfaction. However, nurses and non-nurse health professionals perceived strong improvements in quality of care when co-management was used.
Read the Archives of Internal Medicine abstract on hospitalists.
Read more coverage on hospitalists:
- Why the Independent Hospitalist Practice is Here to Stay
- Study: Hospitalists With Lower Base Salaries Are More Productive
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