News & Resources

COVID-19 Resources

The Long COVID Pathophysiology - Part 1

August 23, 2022

The underlying theoretical concepts of the pathophysiology of Long COVID are as complex as the clinical syndrome itself. Determining how to make the diagnosis of Long COVID provides a different set of complexities itself, as it presents with a wide range of clinical syndromes. Recent publications and several meta-analyses have shed light on many general…

Featured Articles

Reflecting on Women’s Equality

August 15, 2022

As I was reflecting on the upcoming observance day for women’s equality, a podcast I listened to on the U.S. Constitution, and specifically, the episode on the fight for women’s rights, came to mind. That episode covered both the wins, most notably the passage of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote, and…

Featured Articles

Congratulations to Our Partners on the 100 Top Community Hospitals List for 2022

We’re proud to announce that 19 of our partner facilities were named to the Fortune/Merative 100 Top Hospitals 2022: Community Hospitals list. “The organizations on this year’s 100 Top Hospitals list represent those that held up best against the pandemic’s ongoing stress test. They achieved better results than peer institutions on performance indicators intended to…

Featured Articles

Three Steps for Lowering Readmissions Through Data Aggregation

July 19, 2022

Skilled Nursing News interviewed TeamHealth’s Darren Swenson, MD, CPE, MSHQSM, System Medical Director, Post-Acute Care, to gain his views on lowering readmissions through data integration. Dr. Swenson recommends focusing on three data points in particular: antipsychotic use, fall risk and overall risk of readmission. Collectively, these data points can help chronic care management programs mitigate…

Featured Articles

Integrating Emergency and Hospitalist Care to Strengthen Performance

July 13, 2022

Operational barriers and a lack of collaboration between emergency medicine (EM) and hospital medicine (HM) clinicians can often hamper efforts to improve clinical quality. The residual strain of the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing recovery from the shifting patient volumes and high-stress clinicians faced continues to heighten these barriers. When a Georgia facility sought to improve…

Featured Articles

Skilled Nursing News Views – Dr. Darren Swenson

June 28, 2022

Skilled Nursing News interviewed Darren Swenson, MD, CPE, MSHQSM, System Medical Director, Post-Acute Care, to gain his perspectives on the value of chronic care management. He outlines three key data points every post-acute provider needs to know in order to achieve a lower cost of care, better clinical outcomes and a better patient experience. Download…