Dr. Neil Steven Wenger MD
Internist200 Medical Plaza #365,530,420,120 Los Angeles CA, 90095
Dr. Neil Wenger is an internist practicing in Los Angeles, CA. Dr. Wenger specializes in the medical treatment of adults. Internists can act as a primary physician or a consultant to a primary physician. They manage both common and rare diseases. Dr. Wenger provides comprehensive care and manages treatment with surgeons as well. Internists establish long-term relationships with their patients and incorporate disease prevention and mental health care into their practice.
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM
- An ethics committee's recommendations on testing patients for HIV antibodies when health care workers suffer exposure to blood-borne pathogens.
- The symptom burden of seriously ill hospitalized patients. SUPPORT Investigators. Study to Understand Prognoses and Preferences for Outcome and Risks of Treatment.
- Factors associated with use of cardiopulmonary resuscitation in seriously ill hospitalized adults.
- Measuring quality in end-of-life care.
- Selecting target conditions for quality of care improvement in vulnerable older adults.
- Predicting functional status outcomes in hospitalized patients aged 80 years and older.
- Age differences in care practices and outcomes for hospitalized patients with cancer.
- Decision-making and outcomes of prolonged ICU stays in seriously ill patients.
- Teaching clinical ethics to orthopaedic surgery residents.
- The HEC model of the future builds on deficiencies of the past.
- The orthopaedic surgeon and industry. Ethics and industry incentives.
- Achieving informed consent when patients appear to lack capacity and surrogates.
- End-of-life decision making: a qualitative study of elderly individuals.
- Prevalence and predictors of highly active antiretroviral therapy use in patients with HIV infection in the united states. HCSUS Consortium. HIV Cost and Services Utilization.
- Measuring consensus about scientific research norms.
- When withdrawal of life-sustaining care does more than allow death to take its
- A comparison study of multiple measures of adherence to HIV protease inhibitors.
- Changes in health-promoting behavior following diagnosis with HIV: prevalence and correlates in a national probability sample.
- Assessing care of vulnerable elders: methods for developing quality indicators.
- Acove quality indicators.
- Quality indicators for end-of-life care in vulnerable elders.
- Quality indicators for pain management in vulnerable elders.
- The Vulnerable Elders Survey: a tool for identifying vulnerable older people in the community.
- How well do clinicians estimate patients' adherence to combination antiretroviral therapy?
- Hospital ethics committees in Israel: structure, function and heterogeneity in
- Measuring patient adherence.
- A prospective study of predictors of adherence to combination antiretroviral medication.
- Impact of antiretroviral regimen switches on adherence.
- Didactic teaching conferences for IM residents: who attends, and is attendance related to medical certifying examination scores?
- Knowledge of antiretroviral regimen dosing and adherence: a longitudinal study.
- Complementary and alternative medicine use and substitution for conventional
- Quality of care for older persons at the dawn of the third millennium.
- Restructuring primary care practices to manage geriatric syndromes: the ACOVE-2 intervention.
- Disparities in HIV treatment and physician attitudes about delaying protease inhibitors for nonadherent patients.
- No evidence of an association between transient HIV viremia ("Blips") and lower adherence to the antiretroviral medication regimen.
- The quality of medical care provided to vulnerable older patients with chronic pain.
- The quality of care provided to vulnerable older community-based patients with urinary incontinence.
- The quality of pharmacologic care for vulnerable older patients.
- A new approach to developing cross-cultural communication skills.
- Interdisciplinary education: evaluation of a palliative care training intervention for pre-professionals.
- Detection and management of falls and instability in vulnerable elders by community physicians.
- Physicians' religiosity and end-of-life care attitudes and behaviors.
- Trust in one's physician: the role of ethnic match, autonomy, acculturation, and religiosity among Japanese and Japanese Americans.
- Regional and institutional variation in the initiation of early do-not-resuscitate orders.
- Quality of care is associated with survival in vulnerable older patients.
- Religiousness and spirituality among HIV-infected Americans.
- A Self-Report Measure of Clinicians' Orientation toward Integrative Medicine.
- Predictors of overall quality of care provided to vulnerable older people.
- Do proxies reflect patients' health concerns about urinary incontinence and gait problems?
- Variations in provider conceptions of integrative medicine.
- Comparison of administrative data and medical records to measure the quality of medical care provided to vulnerable older patients.
- Repeated measures longitudinal analyses of HIV virologic response as a function of percent adherence, dose timing, genotypic sensitivity, and other factors.
- Higher vulnerable elders survey scores predict death and functional decline in vulnerable older people.
- Quality of osteoarthritis care for community-dwelling older adults.
- Variation in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use across
- Patients' global ratings of their health care are not associated with the
- Repeated measures analyses of dose timing of antiretroviral medication and its relationship to HIV virologic outcomes.
- Unrestricted opiate administration for pain and suffering at the end of life: knowledge and attitudes as barriers to care.
- Physician communication when prescribing new medications.
- Physician communication about the cost and acquisition of newly prescribed medications.
- A practical method to calibrate self-reported adherence to antiretroviral therapy.
- A comprehensive evaluation of survey questions for adherence to antiretroviral medications and exploratory analyses for identifying optimal sets of survey questions.
- Complementary and alternative medicine use among Asian-American subgroups: prevalence, predictors, and lack of relationship to acculturation and access to conventional health care.
- The many faces of error disclosure: a common set of elements and a definition.
- Reduction of high-risk sexual behavior among heterosexuals undergoing HIV antibody testing: a randomized clinical trial.
- Acculturation and end-of-life decision making: comparison of Japanese and Japanese-American focus groups.
- Measuring the quality of care provided to community dwelling vulnerable elders dually enrolled in Medicare and Medicaid.
- Introduction to the assessing care of vulnerable elders-3 quality indicator measurement set.
- Quality indicators for the care of depression in vulnerable elders.
- Comorbidity and quality of care: clarification from author: response to Min et al, June 2007 Medical Care.
- Internal medicine work hours: trends, associations, and implications for the
- How much time does it take to prescribe a new medication?
- Evidence-based recommendations for information and care planning in cancer care.
- Assessment of implementation of an order protocol for end-of-life symptom management.
- Role of religiosity and spirituality in complementary and alternative medicine use among cancer survivors in California.
- An interview with Neil Wenger. Interview by Todd Semla.
- Which providers should communicate which critical information about a new medication? Patient, pharmacist, and physician perspectives.
- Work hour restrictions and internal medicine residents' health-related quality of life.
- Quality indicators for geriatric emergency care.
- Measuring the quality of care provided to dually enrolled Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries living in nursing homes.
- Prescribing new medications: a taxonomy of physician-patient communication.
- The vulnerable elders-13 survey predicts 5-year functional decline and mortality outcomes in older ambulatory care patients.
- How do physicians conduct medication reviews?
- Assessing care of vulnerable elders--Alzheimer's disease: a pilot study of a practice redesign intervention to improve the quality of dementia care.
- The quality of care provided to hospitalized patients at the end of life.
- An intervention to improve respiratory therapists' comfort with end-of-life care.
- Is patient-perceived severity of a geriatric condition related to better quality of care?
- Missed opportunities: use of an end-of-life symptom management order protocol
- Association of claims-based quality of care measures with outcomes among community-dwelling vulnerable elders.
- Does better quality of care for falls and urinary incontinence result in better participant-reported outcomes?
- The quality of supportive care among inpatients dying with advanced cancer.
- Provider views about responsibility for medication adherence and content of physician-older patient discussions.
- Nurse care manager contribution to quality of care in a dual-eligible special needs plan.
- Implementation of Physician Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment in nursing homes in California: evaluation of a novel statewide dissemination mechanism.
- Older patient, physician and pharmacist perspectives about community pharmacists'
- Impact of consideration of transplantation on end-of-life care for patients during a terminal hospitalization.
- Intervention to enhance communication about newly prescribed medications.
- Can structured data fields accurately measure quality of care? The example of falls.
- Physician-patient communication about dietary supplements.
- Stewardship decisions among internal medicine residents: responses to common challenges using vignettes.
- Diagnostic value of bacterial and fungal blood cultures in patients with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
- Skin cancer and shared decision making: comment on "treatment of nonfatal conditions at the end of life".
- Effect of nurse practitioner comanagement on the care of geriatric conditions.
- Cervical cancer screening overuse and underuse: patient and physician factors.
- Implementing physician orders for life-sustaining treatment in California hospitals: factors associated with adoption.
- The frequency and cost of treatment perceived to be futile in critical care.
- Factors associated with palliative withdrawal of mechanical ventilation and time to death after withdrawal.
- Palliative care and end-stage liver disease.
- The opportunity cost of futile treatment in the ICU*.
- Provider and patient expectations for dietary supplement discussions.
- Differences between attendings' and fellows' perceptions of futile treatment in the intensive care unit at one academic health center: implications for training.
- The authors reply.
- Unmet needs of caregivers of individuals referred to a dementia care program.
- Do physicians communicate the adverse effects of medications that older patients want to hear?
- A cross-sectional study of provider and patient characteristics associated with outpatient disclosures of dietary supplement use.
- Possible Legal Barriers for PCP Access to Mental Health Treatment Records.
- The authors reply.
- Concordance of Nurses and Physicians on Whether Critical Care Patients are Receiving Futile Treatment.
- Effect of Physician Delegation to Other Healthcare Providers on the Quality of Care for Geriatric Conditions.
- Provider Recommendations in the Face of Scientific Uncertainty: An Analysis of Audio-Recorded Discussions about Vitamin D.
- The Quality of Care Provided to Women with Urinary Incontinence in 2 Clinical Settings.
- Use of the Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment among California Nursing Home Residents.
- Palliative Care Quality Indicators for Patients with End-Stage Liver Disease Due to Cirrhosis.
- Considerations for Quality Improvement in Radiation Oncology Therapy for Patients with Uncomplicated Painful Bone Metastases.
- Effect and Efficiency of an Embedded Palliative Care Nurse Practitioner in an Oncology Clinic.
- Blood Products Provided to Patients Receiving Futile Critical Care.
- Understanding Factors Contributing to Inappropriate Critical Care: A Mixed-Methods Analysis of Medical Record Documentation.
- Misunderstanding of 'safer sex' by heterosexually active adults.
- Inconsistent contraceptive use among female college students: implications for intervention.
- Rethinking utilization review.
- The physician's role in completing advance directives: ensuring patients'
- The clinical application of prediction models in medicine--predicting Mycobacterium avium complex bacteremia.
- When patients first suspect and find out they are infected with the human immunodeficiency virus: implications for prevention.
- Can a patient refuse a psychiatric consultation to evaluate decision-making capacity?
- Sexual behavior of individuals infected with the human immunodeficiency virus. The need for intervention.
- Effect of an educational program on medical students' conversations with patients about advance directives: a randomized trial.
- The contributions of authors to multiauthored biomedical research papers.
- Understanding why heterosexual adults do not practice safer sex: a comparison of two samples.
- Changes over time in the use of do not resuscitate orders and the outcomes of patients receiving them.
- Do-not-resuscitate orders in the elderly: age discrimination or patient preference?
- The relationship of nausea and dyspnea to pain in seriously ill patients.
- Pain in the oldest-old during hospitalization and up to one year later. HELP Investigators. Hospitalized Elderly Longitudinal Project.
- Relationship of body mass index to subsequent mortality among seriously ill
- Consent and discontent.
- Evaluation of the research norms of scientists and administrators responsible for academic research integrity.
- An assessment of orthopaedic surgeons' knowledge of medical ethics.
- Teaching medical ethics to orthopaedic surgery residents.
- Is access to medical care associated with receipt of HIV testing and counselling?
- Internal Medicine, UCLA School of Medicine 1987
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