Published in the July 2018 issue of Today's Hospitalist SUICIDE AMONG PHYSICIANS, residents and medical students has long been seen as the result of individual shortcomings and viewed with shame and secrecy. In our experience, this global issue has also...

Cardiac care

Over-diagnosing MIs? Low-key feedback can help

February 2018
Published in the February 2018 Today's Hospitalist AN INFORMAL COMMUNICATION APPROACH has been the linchpin of an intervention to successfully reduce possible over-diagnosing of myocardial...

Patient flow

Quality improvement

SEP-1: Does it improve sepsis care?

March 2018
Published in the March 2018 issue of Today's Hospitalist CLINICIANS AGREE that, hands down, the sepsis quality reporting initiative known as SEP-1 is the most...

Patient satisfaction

Moving beyond small talk to real issues

December 2017
Published in the December 2017 issue of Today's Hospitalist DOCTORS KNOW that patients are more than a collection of symptoms and clinical complaints, but that...


Infectious Disease

ID emergencies

August 2017
Published in the August 2017 issue of Today's Hospitalist BACTERIAL MENINGITIS, spinal epidural abscess and necrotizing soft tissue infection are urgent conditions that hospitalists need...

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NPs/PAs in hospital medicine

July 2018
Published in the July 2018 issue of Today's Hospitalist WANT MORE DATA about hospitalist pay, work hours and more? Check out our 2017 Salary Survey Results. Interested...


Recruiting is everyone’s job No. 1

July 2018
Published in the July 2018 issue of Today's Hospitalist CORPORATE LEADERS in business journals always offer this formula for success: Hire the right people and...


CT to PET scans: What hospitalists need to know

October 2017
Published in the October 2017 issue of Today's Hospitalist RADIOLOGISTS are often the punch line of medical jokes, given how often they may try to...


A look at hospitalist career satisfaction

June 2018
Satisfaction and burnout have always been big concerns of hospitalists, something that that continues to be true today. On the 2017 Today’s Hospitalist Compensation...