July/August 2021

Opening Doors for Women in Medicine

women-medicineAn attending hospitalist reflects on the skills needed to transform care, impact patients’ lives, work collaboratively across teams, and grow as a clinician and leader. Read more here. 

 

 

vituity-sponsor

Coronavirus wording on computer screen

Covid News Updates

Check back often as we continue to post timely updates on COVID-19.  Things hospitalists do for no reason. What's the right diuretic for heart failure...
central-arterial-lines-icu

A line team takes charge of placing lines in the covid ICU

WITH COVID HOSPITALIZATIONS dropping nationally and on the west coast, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center has just put one of its most successful pandemic innovations on...

Compensation

time-raises-subsidies

Raises and subsidies are back on the table

May 2021
WHILE HARDIK VORA, MD, MPH, will remember many things about working through the pandemic, here's one of the better memories: During his 12 years...

Patient flow

Progress Notes

A behind-the-scenes artistic view of hospital medicine. Leo Motter, MD, and Dan Langsdale, BA, tackle a variety of stressors, successes and everyday occurrences seen on hospital wards. See all Progress Notes here. Published in the March/April 2021 issue of Today’s Hospitalist

Clinical

cardiac-checklist

Tough choices: the right diuretic for heart failure and the best...

July 2021
IT'S ONE OF THE MOST popular offerings at each Society of Hospital Medicine annual meeting, and for good reason. The "things we do for...

Commentary

july-august-2021
Read the entire July/August 2021 issue of Today’s Hospitalist here.

Past Issue

Editor's Picks

Archives

Compensation & Career Guide

Group of patients with ventilators

Patient encounters: daytime hospitalists vs. nocturnists

May 2020
How many patient encounters do hospitalists see per shift—and what number do they think is reasonable? According to data from the 2019 Today’s Hospitalist...

Career

missing-puzzle-piece-employee

Recruiting? Make sure you hire right

September 2021
AS HOSPITALIST GROUPS try to emerge from the pandemic, recruiting is again heating up. According to a presentation at this year's Society of Hospital Medicine...

Satisfaction/Burnout

medical-team-working-together

Making sure clinicians stay connected

March 2021
A PSYCHIATRIST in Minneapolis, Cristina Sophia Albott, MD, has long done research into stress and trauma. But early last year, Dr. Albott and some...

Coding

hospitalist-billing-services

Are your hospitalist billing services underperforming? How to check

September 2021
SPONSORED POST A new 2021 quantitative study was just concluded by AR, the Research Intelligence branch of Avira Insights. The conclusions are a must read. The medical...