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Hello, my name is Dr. Eric Dewight Williams, and I am the Author of the book:



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Publisher: ‎ Palmetto Publishing (October 18, 2022)

Language: English

Hardcover: 122 pages

ISBN-13: ‎979-8822906167

Item Weight: ‎1.19 pounds

Dimensions: ‎8.5 x 0.31 x 11 inches

Emergency Medical Services (Books)

Emergency Medicine (Books)

The potential dangers of ED overcrowding have recently garnered national attention in the United States. Numerous reports in the press have reported an unsafe environment in EDs because of overcrowding. With COVID, and a wave of Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection (RSV) cases in hospitals, I ask that my book be reviewed that was released on October 18, 2022. I am a black author, and this is a great reference/study guide to proactive planning to improve hospital throughput.

Efficiently managing patient flow is one of the greatest challenges that hospitals face. The consequences of poor capacity planning and throughput management can be severe: unnecessary expense, over-stressed staff, and less effective patient care.

The solution for this serious threat to ED staff and harm to patients cannot come from a single department but through the engagement of and ongoing commitment by leaders throughout the hospital and, more largely, by those in the payer and regulatory segments of the health care system as well.

This study by Dr. Eric Williams analyzes the current state of ER overcrowding in Detroit, Michigan, and draws correlations between the overcrowding, patient wait times, access to primary health care services within Detroit's public hospitals, and how overcrowding affects the health outcomes of patients who must wait over six hours to receive care.

About the Author

Detroit native Dr. Eric Dewight Williams has always been a high-energy, conscious, goal-driven individual. Since his late teens, Dr. Williams has had a flair for being innovative, creative, and a problem-solver. After attending Richmond Lenox EMS for his Emergency Medical Technician license and Wayne County Community College for his paramedic license, he began working for the Detroit Fire Department as a paramedic. After working there for 17 years, Dr. Williams accepted a position at the Detroit Medical Center Receiving Hospital as Executive Head Liaison, where he was soon promoted to Senior Advocate over DMC Hospitals. Dr. Williams found himself intrigued by the world of Quality Improvement, so he went back to college to earn various degrees, including an MBA and a Ph.D. in Business Administration, Global Leadership Change (Suma Cum Laude) Top of his class. Dr. Williams resides with his wife in Westland, Michigan. He enjoys working out, reading, and spending time with his family.














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Predictive Modeling Reducing Emergency Department Wait Times made it to the Best New Predictive Modeling Books

The best new Predictive Modeling books
I'm happy to announce that my book, "Predictive Modeling Reducing Emergency Department Wait Times: A Descriptive Analysis", made it to BookAuthority's Best New Predictive Modeling Books:
BookAuthority collects and ranks the best books in the world, and it is a great honor to get this kind of recognition. Thank you for all your support!
The book is available for purchase on am*zon.
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