Items Tagged ‘Dr. Ognjen Gajic’

March 23, 2018

How Mayo Clinic Is combating information overload in critical care units

By Karl Oestreich Karl Oestreich (@KarlWOestreich)

Harvard Business Review by Vitaly Herasevich, Brian Pickering, and Ognjen Gajic Mayo Clinic, the nation’s second-largest critical-care provider in the United States, with nearly 350 beds in 15 intensive care units (ICUs) across its campuses in Minnesota, Arizona, and Florida, decided to combat the data deluge with ambient intelligence: a set of decision-making tools powered […]

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Tags: critical care, Dr. Brian Pickering, Dr. Ognjen Gajic, Dr. Vitaly Herasevich, Harvard Business Review


May 22, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Not All ICUs Need a Specialist at Night: Study

By Mystery User

Among hospital intensive care units (ICUs) with a daytime physician specially trained in critical care, adding a specialist to cover the night shift does not improve patients’ survival, according to a new study. Among hospitals with ICUs that don’t have a dedicated critical care physician during the day, however, the presence of such a doctor […]

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Tags: Dr. Ognjen Gajic, higher intensity staffing, intensive care units, lower mortality, Reuters


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