5 edition of Characteristics of office-based physicians and their practices found in the catalog.
Characteristics of office-based physicians and their practices
by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics in Hyattsville, Md
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||DHHS publication -- no. (PHS) 2007-1735, Vital and health statistics. Series 13, Data from the National Health Care Survey -- no. 164, Vital and health statistics -- no. 164.|
|LC Classifications||RA399.A3 C485 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||2006029856|
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Their sobering conclusion was that a typical primary care clinician must coordinate the care for their Medicare patients with other physicians working in different practices. Although rural physicians work with slightly fewer peers, those in smaller practices and those treating more patients with chronic illnesses work with even by: “DesRoches, CM et al. Electronic Health Records in Ambulatory Care—A National Survey of Physicians. NEJM ;” “Hsiao CJ, Hing E. Use and Characteristics of Electronic Health Record Systems Among Office-Based Physician Practices: United States, NCHS Data Brief. No.
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Characteristics of Office-Based Physicians and Their Medical Practices: United States, – by Esther Hing, M.P.H., and Catharine W. Burt, Ed.D., Division of. Health Care Statistics.
Introduction. Physician offices are the settings most frequently used for health care, including the delivery of primary and specialty care (1). Describing the.
and characteristics of their practices. Results During –04, an average annual ofoffice-based physicians provided patient care in the United States, an overall rate of were physicians perpersons.
Approximately three-fourths of office-based physicians owned or were part owner of their practice, two-thirds. Characteristics of office-based physicians and their practices: United States, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Issues for / cataloged as a.
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Sample data were weighted to produce national estimates of the number of physicians and characteristics of their practices. RESULTS: Duringan average annual ofoffice-based physicians provided patient care in the United States, an overall rate of physicians perby: Characteristics of Office-Based Physicians and Their Practices: United States, (Dhhs Publication) on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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44 pages. Dimensions: in. Characteristics of office-based physicians and their medical practices: United States, – Vital Health Stat Apr (): 1 – Cited by: OBJECTIVES: This report presents the latest information on the use of electronic medical records in physician offices.
Percentages of medical practices and physicians within the practices using electronic medical records (EMR) are presented for Cited by: Survey respondents — primary care physicians (PCPs) and primary care nurse practitioners (PCNPs) — were asked to rate their level of.
Objectives: The report uses a multiplicity estimator from a sample of office-based physicians to estimate the number and characteristics of medical practices in the United States.
Practice estimates are presented by characteristics of the practice (s Cited by: Characteristics of office-based physicians and their medical practices: United States, – Vital Health Stat ;(): 1 – Cited by: Ordinal logistic regression was utilized to determine relationships between baseline characteristics and EBM and CQI practices.
The majority of physicians were nephrologists (%), and %. Use and characteristics of electronic health record systems among office-based physician practices: United States, Hsiao CJ, Hing E. KEY FINDINGS: In78% of office-based physicians used any type of electronic health record (EHR) system, up from 18% in Cited by: We used a nationally representative survey of physician prescribing practices to examine off-label prescribing among office-based physicians in the United States.
Observed drug uses were identified by clinical indication and determined to be labeled (FDA approved), off-label (lacking FDA approval) with scientific evidence of therapeutic Cited by: Patient Safety in the Office-Based Practice Setting 2 Recommendations Recommendation 1: ACP believes that physicians and health care organi-zations have a responsibility to promote a culture of patient safety within their practices and among colleagues with whom they Size: KB.
Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: Use and characteristics of electronic health record systems among office-based physician practices, United States, /. JA: The take-home message from this report is that there is a wide variation by age in the characteristics of visits to office-based physicians in the United States in Larger differences were observed in the services ordered or provided and in the major reason for the office visit between children under 18 years and adults aged 18 or older.
As ofnearly 9 in 10 (86%) of office-based physicians had adopted any EHR , and nearly 4 in 5 (80%) had adopted a certified EHR . Sinceoffice-based physician adoption of any EHRs has more than doubled, from 42% to 86%. ONC and the CDC began tracking adoption of certified EHRs by office-based physicians in Source.
92% Office-Based Physicians 88% Rheumatology 87% Nephrology. Surgeons, particularly the specialties of orthopedics, ophthalmology, and ENT had lowest interest in mobile and iPad devices, currently at less than 14% on average. The Most Popular Mobile devices currently used by Black Book surveyed physicians and practices: 68% iPhones.
We limited the analysis to physicians reporting their main practice setting as office-based practice. Based on their self-reports of the percentage of uninsured, Medicaid, and nonwhite patients in their practices, we compared physicians in the top quartile of each of these categories with those in the lower 3 by: NPs and PAs are widely thought to make practices more efficient, but studies have been mixed on this point.
Some NPs take more time with each patient than physicians do.A third of U.S. physicians are already using artificial intelligence (AI) in their practices, and many believe there is ample reason to think this advanced technology can help address diagnostic errors—the largest cause of malpractice claims.
However, there are still unresolved questions about the risks.