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Rising stars: 66 leaders in healthcare under 40

Recently, Becker’s Healthcare honored two TeamHealth physicians as part of their list of the top healthcare leaders under 40 years old. Dr. Matthew Krauthamer and Dr. Nathan Schlicher were recognized as rising stars in the industry on this list among other individuals who have achieved executive positions at hospitals and health systems across the country,…

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Insurers Shouldn’t Be the Only Voice in Debate over Surprise Billing Fix

Physicians and other healthcare providers have voiced their support for legislation to end surprise medical billing, but recent media reports have only highlighted what commercial insurance companies have proposed to fix the issue. Their proposals will threaten emergency care access for patients across the country, particularly those in rural and underserved areas. Both patients and…

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Reducing the use of Opioids in the ED: Baptist Memorial Hospital Case Study

TeamHealth partnered with Baptist Memorial Hospital on developing new pathways to reduce the use of opioids and related narcotics by 75% in the Emergency Department.   Hospital Information Facility: Baptist Memorial Hospital – Memphis, TN TeamHealth Services: Emergency Medicine and Hospital Medicine TeamHealth Impact 75% reduction in opioid use in the emergency department 35% increase…

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Integrated Care Protocol Improves ED Performance Metrics: South Florida Baptist Hospital Case Study

TeamHealth implements a no-cost, ZIP model to shorten throughput and improve communication, helping a South Florida ED client rank among IBM Watson Health’s top 20 best performing large health systems in the country. Hospital Information Facility: South Florida Baptist Hospital – Plant City, Florida TeamHealth Services: Emergency Medicine TeamHealth Impact 24% reduction in ED length…

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Podcast: Beyond Clinical Medicine Episode 14 - Clinician Burnout - Dr. Robby Frantz

The topic of physician burnout and suicide is of vital importance to the clinical community today. Physicians are often thought of as superhuman, but sadly they are actually far more likely than the general population to take their own lives. On this Beyond Clinical Medicine podcast, Dr. Rob Strauss talks with Dr. Robby Frantz, President…

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Changing Mental Health Care in the Emergency Department

Hospital emergency departments are treating more and more patients with mental health and substance-use related issues. It is one of the fastest growing patient populations in U.S. emergency departments, and it’s creating a crisis for some facilities. With limited access to behavioral health specialists to perform mental health evaluations or readily available psychiatric beds for…