Patrick L.

Patrick’s “a-ha” moment is just great. Did any of you have a similar moment? – Dr. Perlmutter While reading Grain Brain, I had my “a-ha” moment in chapter 3. I immediately dumped out my sugar-filled coffee and poured a fresh black cup. In that moment, I swore off sugar and gluten completely. I focused solely on protein, healthy fats, and vegetables. In just the last four weeks I have lost six pounds. It’s been only thirty days and I feel completely different! My gas problem has disappeared, and I wake up refreshed and energized, rather than with a feeling of sickness. I have a new grandson, and this is the grandfather I want him to know.  -Patrick L. The post Patrick L. appeared first on David Perlmutter M.D..
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The State of Washington received a State Innovation Models (SIM) $65 million award from the federal Centers for Medicare &Medicaid Services to improve population health and quality of care and reduce the growth of health care costs in the entire state, which has over 7 million residents. SIM is a “complex intervention” that implements several interacting components in a complex, decentralized health system to achieve goals, which poses challenges for evaluation. Our purpose is to present the state-level evaluation methods for Washington's SIM, a 3-year intervention (2016-2018). We apply the RE-AIM (reach, e...
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Conclusion: This project found that there were not significant differences in ED LOS for injured patients presenting initially to FSEDs or other non-FSED facilities, suggesting that timeliness of care was similar across location types.
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Conclusion: The use of a best practice quality improvement process resulted in improvements in workflow related to SBIRT, greater communication about SBIRT, and identification of barriers that blocked successful receipt of SBIRT.
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Conclusions: Multifactor designs are not widely used in medicine despite their potential to make improvement initiatives and health services research more efficient and effective. Quality managers, health system leaders, and directors of research institutes could increase productivity and gain important insights by promoting a broader use of factorial designs to study multiple interventions simultaneously and to learn from interactions.
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