What do McDonalds and Hospitals Have in Common?

American Well

Rather than having a community practice, these positions are responsible for patients during their stay. Beyond the fact that many hospitals have a McDonald’s on their campus (a trend that is thankfully diminishing), they both hire shift workers. The primary physicians responsible for patients in the hospital are called the hospitalist. A hospitalist is typically someone trained in critical care or internal medicine.

The Power of Words in Healthcare: A Patient-Friendly Lexicon. Top 10 List #WordsDoMatter Project

Society for Participatory Medicine

I’ve captured thousands of terms in my research and I’ve been working with members of the community to identify new terms to consider, which can allow us to redesign the language we use with patients and their families in healthcare. community practices). “I

'Telehealth titans' discuss cost-savings of virtual care, describe the hospital of the future

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

" Schoenberg sees the changes happening already: "Patients moving out of the hospitals – which include the outpatient clinic operations and community practices – to, very importantly, the lowest-cost care setting, which is the home.