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Resistance is futile: Why you should embrace ICD-10

The thought of transitioning to ICD-10 and its 68,000 diagnosis codes might have you shaking in your boots. You might also be doing anything in your power to deny the inevitable — possibly to the point of eschewing any of the noted benefits of ICD-10. Sure, it'll...

source: By Charlotte Bohnett
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Children are more likely to have a repeat, delayed anaphylactic reaction from the same allergic cause, depending on the severity of the initial reaction. Anaphylaxis is a severe, allergic reaction that is rapid in onset and can result...

source: Science 2.0

Health 360 designed by a group of nurse practitioners at the University of Arizona College of Nursing is aiming to improve the quality of care for complex patients at high risk for readmission to the ED or hospital.

source: EMS World

The use of simulation training is gaining popularity in the absence of real-world opportunities to practice necessary emergency procedures in most pediatric emergency medicine fellowship programs, according to a recent study.

source: Healio

When patients with acute mental illness are boarded in hospital emergency rooms, it creates a bad situation for everyone involved, nurses and behavioral health advocates said. "The worst place for these patients is to be housed in a busy,...

source: Wicked Local Fall River

It’s not too early to get your course proposal to ACEP, and this year, we’ve made it easier with online submissions. ACEP16 is Oct. 15-18 in Las Vegas. Course proposals are due Sept. 1. Get your course reviewed!


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