Anthony J Grieco

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The New York University School of Medicine has a rich tradition of cultivating programs in medical humanities and professionalism. They are drawn from the departments, centers, students, and faculty in the School of Medicine, have linkages throughout the university, and are interwoven into the fabric and culture of the institution. Some are centrally based(More)
The primary objective of this study was to test the hypothesis that inpatient care which emphasized structured, patient education, self-care and social support from a care partner (the Cooperative Care Program) is a cost-effective alternative to the more expensive staff-intensive, traditional hospital care; and that such care can be substituted without(More)
One of the responsibilities of the physician in overseeing home care is to periodically assess overall functional ability in the home. Specific home visits for this purpose--whether by physician aides or the physician--should incorporate a home care "review of systems," exploring the adequacy of the home environment, the patient's capabilities, the family's(More)
The current trend of shorter hospital stays has heightened concern about the adequacy of preparation of patients and their families to understand and follow prescribed medication regimens properly following discharge. Cooperative Care, an education-intensive unit incorporating a living-in family member or friend acting as a 'care partner,' has had a(More)
The New York University Medical Center Cooperative Care (CC) program is a model of a delivery system of acute inpatient hospital care characterized by a live-in family member or friend acting as a "care partner". It has an emphasis on education in order to encourage full patient and family involvement in care during the acute hospitalization, thereby(More)