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Honoring Veterans Day

November 10, 2022

I served as a combat medic in the United States Army from 1987 to 1995. I am a Veteran of Foreign War (VFW), as I served during the Persian Gulf War – Operation Desert Shield / Desert Storm, and have been deployed to Iraq, Kuwait City, and Saudi Arabia. I transitioned out of the Army…

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Skilled Nursing News Voices - Dr. Jamie Freelin

November 8, 2022

Skilled Nursing News interviewed Jamie Freelin, MD, Regional Medical Director, Post-Acute Care, to gain her perspectives on the direction of virtual call solutions and how post-acute facilities can begin to revolutionize their businesses by establishing stronger clinical partnerships with patients, families, staff, hospitals and other referral sources. Originally published on Skilled Nursing News. Learn more about TeamHealth…

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EBook: Great Clinical Expectations in Post-Acute Care

In today’s complex long-term care environment, advanced practice clinicians are a key to promoting better care, improving the post-acute workplace and boosting the delivery of value-based care. Download the eBook to learn more about meeting great clinical expectations. Learn more about our post-acute care program.

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The 2022-2023 Flu Season

David E. Hogan DO, MPH, FACEP, Vice President of Educational Development and Chair, TeamHealth Emerging Infectious Disease Taskforce The typical flu season in the Northern Hemisphere begins after Labor Day, and can extend into the early spring of the following year. During the COVID-19 pandemic, masks and social distancing helped keep the circulation of the…

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Stabilizing Hospital Medicine Performance through Effective Clinical Partnerships

October 5, 2022

In today’s demanding healthcare landscape, hospital and healthcare system leadership often face growing urgency and pressures to solve critical clinical and operational headwinds. With staffing challenges, throughput barriers, continued complications from the COVID-19 pandemic and lack of effective service line integration – to name but a few – these pressures are burdensome and additive to…

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Data Highlight that Nearly 80% of Pregnancy-Related Deaths are Preventable in U.S.

September 29, 2022

By Khadeja Haye, MD MBA FACOG­, National Medical Director, Acute Hospitalist Medicine, OB/GYN Hospitalist The CDC recently released a report from their Maternal Mortality Review Committee (MMRC) highlighting maternal mortality data for 2017-2019. The review compiled data from 36 U.S. states, looking at the leading causes of pregnancy-related deaths. The report indicates that more than 80%…