I might add that I need to work fast in many cases.
You can save a New Camera Raw Default setting with a basic sharpening/noise reduction setting. That speed things up a bit, and you can tweak any individual image as needed, or as you have time. You can have defaults set by ISO and even by individual camera serial number. So, for example, I have defaults for each camera at each ISO setting, with reasonable defaults for noise reduction, capture sharpening, and auto lens correction.
For ISO 100 with a 5D Mark II, my default Details panel is 30/0.7/100/80, and 5/50/0/5/50. That provides a reasonable starting point for capture sharpening and noise reduction in my experience. As noted above, however, the final settings also depend on the subject matter, so you'll want to tweak as needed.