COVER STORY: Is the hot job market cooling off?
FEATURE: Dr. I.T.
FEATURE: This year’s crop of great studies
ON THE WARDS: New hospitalists and the "parent trap"
CODING TIPS: How to steer clear of the RAC
ANALYSIS: Patient satisfaction and the code-status "talk"
WHAT WORKS: Winning the war on C. diff
COMMENTARY: 2010: the year it all changed
PROFILE: What gets treated in Vegas ...
MARKETPLACE: Off-the-shelf scheduling
POLL: A look at hospitalist admissions
NEWS BRIEFS: Adverse events in Medicare patients
FROM THE EDITOR: The year in review
COVER STORY: Productivity: Are you keeping pace?
FEATURE: On the road
FEATURE: Steering clear of malpractice trouble
FEATURE: How to stop heart failure patients from bouncing back
CODING TIPS: Billing for prolonged services
Q&A: How much is that bed on the ward?
ANALYSIS: Coming soon: mandatory flu vaccination?
WHAT WORKS: A solution for medication reconciliation
COMMENTARY: Galapagos General
PROFILE: Hospital medicine’s sickest flow
MARKETPLACE: Taking a critical look at the evidence
POLL: The gender gap in compensation
NEWS BRIEFS: Dabigatran receives FDA approval
LETTERS: More on serving as an expert witness
FROM THE EDITOR: How hard are you working, and what are you getting paid?
October Compensation Guide 2010
COMPENSATION & CAREER GUIDE: What's happening with hospitalist compensation?
COMPENSATION & CAREER GUIDE: Hospitalist demographics
COVER STORY: Growing pains?
FEATURE: Neurosurgery: the last comanagement frontier
FEATURE: IV insulin on the floor: not so scary after all
Q&A: Putting catheters on a clock
ANALYSIS: A day in the life
CODING TIPS: How to bill for consults and admissions
COMMENTARY: "The Real Hospitalists of New Jersey"
WHAT WORKS: How to end the handoff free-for-all
PROFILE: The battle begins
POLL: A look at comanagement and critical care
NEWS BRIEFS: New survey data on compensation
LETTERS: More on survey data
FROM THE EDITOR: Comanagement: a constant in hospital medicine
COVER STORY: Chest pain centers: opportunity knocking?
ON THE WARDS: Consultants: their proper care and feeding
Q&A: Working in chaos?
FEATURE: How do hospitalists fit into HIV care?
Q&A: Finally, some good news about CPOE
COMMENTARY: The best of times?
CODING TIPS: Coding for consults and readmissions
WHAT WORKS: How to contain an outbreak
PROFILE: An American in Paris
MARKETPLACE: Stethoscope hygiene: a brand new bag
NEWS BRIEFS: Most physicians end up being sued
FROM THE EDITOR: Getting hospitalists (and medical staff) up to speed
COVER STORY: What's your ROI?
Q&A: COPD: (not) evidence-based care
Q&A: How safe are you from malpractice claims?
FEATURE: Sleep apnea: not just an outpatient problem any more
COMMENTARY: Suing hospitalists
CODING TIPS: Still scribbling? Watch your payments shrivel
ANALYSIS: Getting the most out of the humble whiteboard
WHAT WORKS: The big payoff with virtual telemetry
PROFILE: Some speed for summer
MARKETPLACE: Dr. Sukoku: making scheduling manageable
NEWS BRIEFS: Do you report impaired colleagues?
FROM THE EDITOR: Does better value mean more money?
COMMENTARY: My growing list of initials
COVER STORY: Success with midlevels: How does your group stack up?
FEATURE: Getting creative with compensation
FEATURE: C. difficile, not MRSA, is now the leading pathogen in some hospitals
CODING TIPS: Making sure your patients stay admitted
Q&A: Obesity: avoiding the "teachable moment"
ANALYSIS: Warfarin dosing: Any role for genetic testing?
WHAT WORKS: Who are you going to call?
FROM THE EDITOR: No shortcuts to success with midlevels
COVER STORY: Having problems finding your patients?
ON THE WARDS: Strategies for dealing with drug-seeking patients
FEATURE: The brave new world of information technology
FEATURE: Neurologic fallout in ICU patients
CODING TIPS: How should you bill an AMA discharge?
ANALYSIS: Preventing inpatient suicides
COMMENTARY: Where's the beef?
PROFILE: Opting for experience in a young physicians' field
NEWS BRIEFS: Early follow-up cuts heart failure readmissions
FROM THE EDITOR: Thriving on chaos, or settling down?
COVER STORY: Hospitals want more from their hospitalists. Will your group survive?
FEATURE: Common mistakes in treating acute heart failure (and what to do differently)
ON THE WARDS: "Hey, are you the no-doc doc tonight?"
POLL: A look at hospitalist benefits
CODING TIPS: Translating a diagnosis into RVUs
Q&A: Exposing "blind spots" in diabetes screening
COMMENTARY: Welcome to New Jersey—again
MARKETPLACE: Is a hospital medicine fellowship right for you?
WHAT WORKS: Directing traffic
FROM THE EDITOR: Is your hospital married to your hospitalist program?
COVER STORY: Are you happy?
FEATURE: The anticoagulation standoff
PEDIATRICS: Making the move from IV to PO antibiotics
CODING TIPS: The finer points of billing for observation
ANALYSIS: Thinking like a geriatrician
WHAT WORKS: Making deep cuts in ED response time
COMMENTARY: "You might be a hospitalist ... "
PROFILE: A hospitalist as FP-in-chief
NEWS BRIEFS: Med rec errors rampant at admission
LETTERS: Working with midlevels: another view
FROM THE EDITOR: Going mobile
COVER STORY: Direct admissions: VIP treatment or risky business?
FEATURE: Say what? Issues with hospital interpreters
FEATURE: Cold front moving in
CODING TIPS: Uncompleted procedures? Here’s how to bill
Q&A: Working with midlevels: a new note of caution
WHAT WORKS: Taking the scut work out of comanagement
POLL: A look at hospitalist bonuses and incentives
COMMENTARY: One person’s trash is another one’s gold
PROFILE: The hospitalist as impresario
NEWS BRIEFS: High mortality rates found for stroke patients
FROM THE EDITOR: The debate over direct admissions
COVER STORY: Need to calm down a frustrated patient?
FEATURE: Anemia: not just an outpatient problem anymore
FEATURE: Health-plan hospitalists cut readmissions—by sometimes leaving the hospital
CODING TIPS: Confused when billing concurrent care?
Q&A: Conflicting evidence on beta-blockers
POLL: A look at hospitalist coding patterns
WHAT WORKS: Embedding a hospitalist in the ED
COMMENTARY: 2020 vision
LETTERS: "Glorified housestaff" revisited
FROM THE EDITOR: Hospital medicine’s evolution into post-acute care
COVER STORY: Consult codes are going away (we think)
FEATURE: What's new in pneumonia care
FEATURE: Making sure information doesn't fall through the cracks
FEATURE: Flying SOLO
CODING TIPS: The new year's big news in coding: ICD-9 codes for gout, embolism, thrombosis, and emotional state
COMMENTARY: Reconsidering patients who go AMA
ANALYSIS: Pending test results go AWOL
WHAT WORKS: Pairing physicians for better communication
LETTERS: ICH turf, "glorified housestaff?"
POLL: A look at growth in hospitalist group staffing
NEWS BRIEFS: The growing threat from CA MRSA
FROM THE EDITOR: Shifting finances: the shape of things to come?
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