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Medical Journal Review: Measuring Outcomes of Early Discharge of Low-Risk Chest Pain Patients

Posted by Holly Case on Jul 10, 2018 8:30:00 AM

 

Keeping up with current medical research is an important part of any doctor’s life. Actually, that’s something you need to start doing even before you attend medical school. But it can be tough to find time to read the latest medical journals in between your hectic scribe schedule, keeping up with your studies, applying to med school, and having some semblance of a social life. Our goal is to make your life easier as a scribe, which includes helping you keep up with the newest medical research, such as a recent case study about using the HEART score as a criteria for early hospital discharge. (Tip: these are great talking points with your physicians if you happen to have rare breaks between patients!)

 

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Topics: medical scribes, Medical Students, Medical Student Documentation, HEART score, medical journal review, chest pain, case study

 

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