July 1, 2015
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While most healthcare reforms have thus far been focused outside of the ED, they nonetheless have big implications for emergency providers, according to a panel of experts who discussed the future of emergency care at a conference sponsored by the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC.
A new study highlights how schedule changes among inpatient providers on the upper floors can impact crowding and boarding in the ED.
New data suggest that as many as one in nine patients with kidney stones will return for a second emergency visit.