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Key Strategies for the Successful Comanagement of Surgical Patients

Comanagement, a negotiated hospitalist role that formally shares responsibility, authority, and accountability for care of surgical or specialty patients, has been growing since the early 2000s. In this Expert Practice Series, learn more about this system and how to address the questions and decisions surrounding implementation.

Moderated By:
Hugo Quinny Cheng, MD
Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco
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Hugo Quinn Cheng, MD
Clinical Professor of Medicine, Director, Comanagement with Neurosurgery Service, University of California, San Francisco
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Eric Siegal, MD, SFHM
Staff Intensivist, Aurora Medical Group
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484 Comments
Peter Kallas, MD
Medical Director of the Preop Clinic, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Anesthesia, Feinberg School of Medicine
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Sylvia McKean, MD, FACP, SFHM
Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Associate Physician at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts
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Brian Harte, MD, SFHM
President, South Pointe Hospital, Cleveland Clinic Health System, Associate Professor of Medicine, Cleveland Clinic, Lerner College of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University
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130 Comments
Hugo Quinn Cheng, MD
Professor of Clinical Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, Department of Medicine
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"Come on guys, don't we have any surgeons out there?"
Ken Murphy, MD
Consultant
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"You are proposing using hospitalists to control perioperative care and therefore to increase revenues when the surgeon should be in control of the perioperative care (which, by the way, is included in the surgical payment) in the first place. This adds to the cost of care, increases the number of physicians involved in a given patients' care and terribly disorganizes the actual processes involved. If you think that transitions of care postoperatively occur seamlessly, you are sorely mistaken. This represents a fertile field for reorganization, improvement and a lesser cost of care for surgical patients yet no one seems to be interested in pursuing it. What's the deal people?"
Ken Murphy, MD
Consultant
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