Wake Forest University
His primary areas of investigation include Emergency medicine, Severity of illness, Public health, Odds ratio and Mortality rate. The concepts of his Emergency medicine study are interwoven with issues in Hospital mortality, Outcome assessment, Psychiatry, Geriatrics and Veterans Affairs. Gary E. Rosenthal interconnects Retrospective cohort study, Cohort study, Intensive care and Medical record in the investigation of issues within Severity of illness.
His Public health study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Family medicine. His Odds ratio research includes elements of Physical therapy, Comorbidity and Confidence interval. In his work, Hospital admission and Readmission rate is strongly intertwined with Health care quality, which is a subfield of Mortality rate.
His primary scientific interests are in Emergency medicine, Retrospective cohort study, Severity of illness, Family medicine and Nursing. His Emergency medicine study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Medical record, Mortality rate, Myocardial infarction, Public health and Comorbidity. His research investigates the connection with Retrospective cohort study and areas like Odds ratio which intersect with concerns in Confidence interval and Physical therapy.
His research integrates issues of Health services research, Intensive care, Pediatrics and Cohort study in his study of Severity of illness. His Cohort study research includes themes of Prospective cohort study, Epidemiology and Cohort. His research in Nursing intersects with topics in Quality, Medical home and Veterans Affairs.
Internal medicine, Nursing, Medical home, Physical therapy and Ambulatory care are his primary areas of study. His work in Internal medicine addresses issues such as Cardiology, which are connected to fields such as Percutaneous. His work in the fields of Nursing, such as Social determinants of health and Pharmacy, intersects with other areas such as Operationalization.
He works mostly in the field of Veterans Affairs, limiting it down to concerns involving Nurse education and, occasionally, Family medicine. Gary E. Rosenthal works mostly in the field of Health insurance, limiting it down to topics relating to Medicaid and, in certain cases, Emergency medicine, Odds ratio, Long-term care, Discharged alive and Insurance status, as a part of the same area of interest. Gary E. Rosenthal has researched Emergency medicine in several fields, including Logistic regression and Odds.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Internal medicine, Clinical trial, Blood pressure, Medical education and Management science. His study in Randomized controlled trial, Retrospective cohort study, Coronary artery bypass surgery and Percutaneous is done as part of Internal medicine. His Retrospective cohort study research incorporates elements of Epidemiology, Incidence, Critical limb ischemia, Lower risk and Amputation.
He has included themes like Psychological intervention, Clinical research, Medical record, Clinical equipoise and Focus group in his Medical education study. His studies deal with areas such as Cluster randomised controlled trial and Comorbidity as well as Quality management. As part of the same scientific family, Gary E. Rosenthal usually focuses on Comorbidity, concentrating on Cohort and intersecting with Physical therapy.
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Polypharmacy and prescribing quality in older people.
Michael A. Steinman;C. Seth Landefeld;Gary E. Rosenthal;Daniel Berthenthal.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (2006)
The Aftermath of Hip Fracture: Discharge Placement, Functional Status Change, and Mortality
Suzanne E. Bentler;Li Liu;Maksym Obrizan;Elizabeth A. Cook.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2009)
Severity-Adjusted Mortality and Length of Stay in Teaching and Nonteaching Hospitals: Results of a Regional Study
Gary E. Rosenthal;Dwain L. Harper;Linda M. Quinn;Gregory S. Cooper.
Effects of weekend admission and hospital teaching status on in-hospital mortality
Peter Cram;Stephen L Hillis;Stephen L Hillis;Mitchell Barnett;Gary E Rosenthal;Gary E Rosenthal.
The American Journal of Medicine (2004)
Measuring Prognosis and Case Mix in Hospitalized Elders: The Importance of Functional Status
Kenneth E. Covinsky;Kenneth E. Covinsky;Amy C. Justice;Amy C. Justice;Amy C. Justice;Gary E. Rosenthal;Gary E. Rosenthal;Robert M. Palmer;Robert M. Palmer.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (1997)
Reliability of birth certificate data: a multi-hospital comparison to medical records information.
David L. DiGiuseppe;David C. Aron;Lorin Ranbom;Dwain L. Harper.
Maternal and Child Health Journal (2002)
Associations Between Reduced Hospital Length of Stay and 30-Day Readmission Rate and Mortality: 14-Year Experience in 129 Veterans Affairs Hospitals
Peter J. Kaboli;Jorge T. Go;Jason Hockenberry;Justin M. Glasgow.
Annals of Internal Medicine (2012)
Effect of the total motile sperm count on the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of intrauterine insemination and in vitro fertilization
Bradley J Van Voorhis;Mitchell Barnett;Amy E.T Sparks;Craig H Syrop.
Fertility and Sterility (2001)
The Use of Patient Perceptions in the Evaluation of Health-Care Delivery Systems
Gary E. Rosenthal;Sarah E. Shannon.
Medical Care (1997)
Early endoscopy in upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage: associations with recurrent bleeding, surgery, and length of hospital stay
Gregory S. Cooper;Amitabh Chak;Lynne E. Way;Patricia J. Hammar.
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (1999)
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