Group #1: Jamie Newman (USA); Guilherme Barcellos (Brazil); Andrés Aizman (Chile); Fernando Rivera (USA); Luiz Rojas Orellana (Chile); Neil Winawer (USA); Esteban Gandara (Canada); Jairo Roa (Colombia)
Group#2 (2010-now): Guilherme Barcellos (Brazil); Jamie Newman (USA); Andrés Aizman (Chile); Daniel Grassi (Argentina); Fernando Rivera (USA); Luiz Rojas Orellana (Chile); Roberto Daniel Martinez (Argentina); Lucas Zambon (Brazil); Neil Winawer (USA); Esteban Gandara (Canada); Fabiana Rolla (Brazil)
Friday, April 1, 2011
It's official: Patients like hospitalists
Survey results published by Press Ganey indicate that facilities with hospitalists may have higher patient satisfaction scores. The company, which specializes in measuring health care performance, found that hospitals with hospitalists score better in terms of patient satisfaction with nursing and personal issues, which include privacy and facility response to complaints. According to survey results, the advantages that hospitalists bring in scoring were particularly marked in teaching hospitals and large facilities. Survey results were published in the American Journal of Medical Quality. Read more in the American Journal Medical Quality.