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Urgent Matters serves as a dissemination vehicle for strategies on emergency department (ED) patient flow and quality. For a multidisciplinary audience of emergency care stakeholders, we develop quarterly e-newsletters, educational webinars, a searchable collection of ED improvement tools and strategies, national conferences, and a podcast series. Urgent Matters serves as a portal for innovative flow strategies, creating a central resource for hospital staff to discover field-tested initiatives that can be tailored to their organization. The podcasts are designed to be brief interviews with industry leaders so you can get ideas and get back to work.

Urgent Matters serves as a dissemination vehicle for strategies on emergency department (ED) patient flow and quality. For a multidisciplinary audience of emergency care stakeholders, we develop quarterly e-newsletters, educational webinars, a searchable collection of ED improvement tools and strategies, national conferences, and a podcast series. Urgent Matters serves as a portal for innovative flow strategies, creating a central resource for hospital staff to discover field-tested initiatives that can be tailored to their organization. The podcasts are designed to be brief interviews with industry leaders so you can get ideas and get back to work.
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Urgent Matters serves as a dissemination vehicle for strategies on emergency department (ED) patient flow and quality. For a multidisciplinary audience of emergency care stakeholders, we develop quarterly e-newsletters, educational webinars, a searchable collection of ED improvement tools and strategies, national conferences, and a podcast series. Urgent Matters serves as a portal for innovative flow strategies, creating a central resource for hospital staff to discover field-tested initiatives that can be tailored to their organization. The podcasts are designed to be brief interviews with industry leaders so you can get ideas and get back to work.

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Episodes

A discussion with Dr. Lindsey Yourman about Fall Prevention

6/11/2019
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A Postdoctoral Fellow at the West Health Institute and UCSD Division of Geriatrics, Dr. Yourman is a practicing internist and geriatrician focusing on quality improvement.

Duration:00:26:16

A discussion with UNC's Dr. Kevin Biese and Dr. Zack Deyo on disrupting geriatric care

5/1/2019
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Dr. Meltzer talks to Dr. Kevin Biese and Dr. Zack Deyo about ACEP's Geriatric Accreditation, UNC Atrial Fibrillation Transitions Network, and other means to disrupt Geriatric Care. Also, touching on the impact of value-based care and the role of pharmacists as Advanced Practice Providers. https://www.acep.org/how-we-serve/sections/geriatric-emergency-medicine/ https://www.acep.org/geda/ https://www.unchealthcare.org/a-fib-care-network/

Duration:00:26:05

Discussion with Innovation of the Year winner Call9, Dr Timothy Peck

4/11/2019
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Dr. Meltzer talks to 2018's Innovation of the Year Award winner Call9's founder and CEO, Dr. Timothy Peck. They discuss Call9's beginning, its innovation and where their future lies.

Duration:00:22:35

A discussion with Dr. Andrew Herring - Full Interview

1/28/2019
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Dr. Herring is an attending emergency physician and associate director of research at Highland Hospital-Alameda Health System in Oakland. Herring is medical director of the hospital’s substance use disorder treatment program and attending physician at its interdisciplinary pain medicine program. He is principle investigator of the California ED-BRIDGE: Emergency Buprenorphine Treatment Project. His current research focuses on emergency department treatment of opioid use disorders and pain...

Duration:00:20:36

A discussion with Dr. Aisha Liferidge - Full Interview

1/14/2019
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Dr. Aisha Liferidge, the Co-Director of the Health Policy Fellowship at George Washington University, is a board member of the American College of Emergency Physicians. Among other topics, Dr. Liferidge and Dr. Meltzer discuss complexity in the Emergency Department environment and expectations, social determinants of health, burn out, and expanding beyond the ED. This podcast was produced and edited by Andrew Petrus.

Duration:00:21:16

A discussion with Dr. Jeff Kline - Full Interview

12/19/2018
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A wide-ranging discussion with Dr. Jeff Kline, Vice Chair of Research in emergency medicine and a professor of physiology at Indiana University School of Medicine. He is the present Editor In Chief of Academic Emergency Medicine and Academic Emergency Medicine Education and Training. Among other things, he and Dr. Meltzer discuss the impact of the patient satisfaction survey era, time spent with patients, amount of CT scans, expansion of the ER, and the role of the ER doctor in the...

Duration:00:17:56

Unexplained Bleeding in the Emergency Department: Recognizing Symptoms of a Bleeding Disorder

6/18/2018
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This podcast is sponsored by Novo Nordisk. Featuring Dr. Charlie Pollack, an Associate Provost for Innovation in Education at Thomas Jefferson University and Professor and Senior Advisor for Interdisciplinary Research and Clinical Trials, Department of Emergency Medicine, Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University.

Duration:00:16:07

Unexplained Bleeding in the Emergency Department: Insights From a Hematologist

3/25/2018
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This podcast is sponsored by Novo Nordisk. Dr Joanna Davis is an Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at the University of Miami Leonard Miller School of Medicine and the Medical Director of Comprehensive Pediatric Hemophilia Treatment at the University of Miami. Dr. Davis and her treatment center provide educational talks nationally raising awareness about the diagnosis of underlying bleeding disorders.

Duration:00:17:08

The Uncertain Economics of Insurance Enabling More ED Visits

2/7/2018
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Discussion with Dr. Friedman on his piece in the Annals of Emergency Medicine.http://www.annemergmed.com/article/S0196-0644(17)30476-6/abstract Dr. Friedman is a resident in Emergency Medicine at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. His research investigates the industrial organization of the unscheduled care system (primary care clinics, urgent care and retail clinics, and emergency departments), access to care and insurance, and financial integration of population health into the...

Duration:00:15:16

SmartContact: timely provider feedback

2/6/2018
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Discussion with Physician and CEO of SmartER, Dr. Tom Scalletta, about SmartContact. SmartContact received the honorable mention for the 2017 Innovation of the Year Award.

Duration:00:13:45

Pediatric Emergency Medicine

7/14/2014
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Dr. James Chamberlain and Dr. Pines talk about pediatric emergency care

Duration:00:16:03