Ashley Hunter

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Little is known about the factors that influence physicians’ admission decisions, especially among lower acuity patients. For the purpose of our study, non-medical refers to all of the factors—other than the patient’s clinical condition—that could potentially influence admission decisions. To describe the influence of non-medical factors on physicians’(More)
The value of limb leads in the localization of early cardiac infarction is known, and there is general agreement that the T I type of electrocardiogram indicates anterior infarction, and the T III type, posterior infarction (Parkinson and Bedford, 1928; Wilson, Hill, and Johnston, 1934, 1935, & 1938). The recognition of the lesion at a later stage, however,(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore how a video of a patient with advanced dementia impacts the rationale for patients' decisions about future care. METHODS Participants were read a verbal description of advanced dementia and asked their preferences for future care--either life-prolonging, limited, or comfort care--and the rationale for that choice. Participants then(More)
This paper describes a mechanism for improving the scalability of preservation actions on large linked archives, such as WARC and ARC files produced from the archiving of web sites. To enable accurate but efficient preservation actions, information on the files embedded within a container object, such as the file formats of the embedded files, are(More)
BACKGROUND Poor access to specialty care among uninsured adults threatens the delivery of quality health care and may contribute to the misuse and overuse of emergency departments and hospitals. INTERVENTION We sought to improve access to specialty care through a program called Project Access-New Haven (PA-NH),which engages specialty physicians and(More)
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