At American Physician Partners, we take tremendous pride in fostering a culture that allows physicians to succeed. In this video, several of our physicians from multiple Ballad Health hospitals describe why they enjoy working at APP.
Greetings from the Northern Region. As I write this, it is the day after Labor Day, and fall has already begun here in Michigan. This is my annual reflection for September Sepsis Awareness Month, and as your Champions for Sepsis Chair, I would like to share a few thoughts. The year 2020 has been—and remains—a very challenging one for sepsis given the pandemic and the oncoming influenza season, from the temporary suspension of mandatory CMS reporting to the clinical complexity of treating a new viral sepsis with Sars CoV 2. Now is the time for us to evaluate the current status of each of our sepsis programs and identify what we can do as front-line providers and leaders to adjust and improve our programs in this ever-changing environment.
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It's no secret that caregivers have long struggled with burnout due to ever-rising pressures, but keeping morale high and staff motivated during the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has proven challenging for even the most experienced healthcare leaders.
This guest post by Dr. John Kitsteiner, Medical Director-Emergency Department at Greeneville Community Hospital, is a powerful open letter to not only his team members but to all healthcare workers detailing the imperativeness of servant leadership and its importance during challenging times.
A number of businesses are showing their appreciation for frontline healthcare providers by offering free or highly discounted items. American Physician Partners scoured the Internet to identify and share some these items with you. Thank you for your sacrifice and your commitment to keeping us all safe!
A hospitalist is a physician or other healthcare provider who specializes in caring for hospitalized patients. Hospitalists are trained in general internal medicine and other medical specialties. Because hospitalists do not maintain outside practices, they can focus attention exclusively on your medical care inside the hospital.
In conjunction with Angel Troxell, the Emergency Department Director at our hospital, we developed this process to reduce the viral load in the treatment room and reduce exposure to the healthcare team for Code Blue and intubation of COVID-19 suspect or confirmed patients.
It’s vital for physicians and advanced practice clinicians to feel confident in their ability to practice in the Emergency Department setting, but what happens when those medical professionals aren’t necessarily trained in the specialty of Emergency Medicine? Dr. Tony Briningstool, APP Chief Medical Officer, shares how APP's first Clinical Excellence Academy aimed to eliminate training gaps and enhance confidence in the performance of high-risk cases.