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Emergency Medicine On Call

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        StatementMcGraw-Hill Medical
        PublishersMcGraw-Hill Medical
        Classifications
        LC ClassificationsAugust 19, 2003
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 88 p. :
        Number of Pages43
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100071388796
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Has thoughts of harming themselves or others• An "emergency medical condition" is " A a medical condition manifesting itself by acute symptoms of sufficient severity including severe pain such that the absence of immediate medical attention could reasonably be expected to result in—• EA program participation is voluntary for members of the hospital medical staff, but guaranteeing reimbursement does encourage physicians to participate on ED backup panels. Some hospitals have bylaws that require call panel participation as a condition of affiliation.

Many believe that access to on-call specialists has worsened as a result.

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4 Can the on-call physician refuse an ED referral? Find more information about: ISBN: 0071388796 9780071388795 0071438858 9780071438858 OCLC Number: 56663006 Notes: Includes index. "Physicians, including specialists and subspecialists e. Above all, do not delay calling for an ambulance when you think one is needed.

The largest section of the book consists of 97 of the most common or important. The patient had received no prenatal care, did not have a physician, and did not have health insurance. Training in trauma surgery is a longer process than ER medicine. The obstetrical nurses told the nursing supervisor and hospital administrator of their belief that it would be unsafe to transfer the patient. You can not refuse to accept a patient in transfer because they have no insurance or because they are a non-contracted health plan.

If surgery is needed, the trauma surgeon operates. These may threaten a physician's ability to practice medicine or to bill government health care programs in that state. This user-friendly reference assists in the initial evaluation and treatment of the most frequently encountered problems in emergency medicine, both common and potentially life-threatening.

So, whether they are discharged from your practice or a patient who owes you thousands of dollars, they are still entitled to your services when you are on-call for the ED.

Problems With On-Call Coverage Contribute to Treatment Delays and Rising Hospital Costs. "The failure to provide follow-up care may be a violation of the terms of hospital privileges and the hospital may take adverse action against the physician.

You may suggest that the patient be transferred if you know the hospital does not currently have the capacity to treat them, but at the discretion of the emergency physician you Emergency Medicine On Call still be required to come to the ED and help managed the patient until transfer.

EMTALA: Providing emergency care under federal law.