NEWS BRIEFS: Are hospitalists overtreating pneumonia?
LETTERS: More on joint rounds, CHF/AKI
COVER STORY: Your patient is going to a SNF
WHAT WORKS: Faster communication, more timely care
COMMENTARY: How to screen for emotional intelligence
PROGRESS NOTES: The parade of disability
NEWS BRIEFS: The high cost of physician burnout
COVER STORY: We’re (NOT) hiring
BY THE NUMBERS: Steer clear of copy and paste
WHAT WORKS: Making joint rounds work
COMMENTARY: Utilization matters
POLL: Discharge strategies
NEWS BRIEFS : Delirium and readmissions
LETTERS: More on procedure services
COVER STORY: Building flexibility into the schedule
BY THE NUMBERS: Waxing nostalgic
WHAT WORKS: Patients leaving AMA: a new approach
PROFILE: Ailing career? A coach might help
PROGRESS NOTES: Nurses station food
NEWS BRIEFS: Do apology laws work?
COVER STORY: Do your new hires need more help?
BY THE NUMBERS: A look at teaching physician rules
WHAT WORKS: Hospitalists take back bedside procedures
ON THE WARDS: The part-timer’s life for me
POLL: Paid to sign on?
NEWS BRIEFS: CMS levies hospital-acquired infection penalties
FROM THE EDITOR: Onboarding for the long term
COVER STORY: Thinking about a move to leadership?
ANALYSIS: Early discharges: They’re complicated
BY THE NUMBERS: Clearing up confusion
WHAT WORKS: A fun way to promote sepsis awareness
COMMENTARY: Improving med rec: Let’s start a discussion
PROGRESS NOTES: The hospital labyrinth
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: A leader, or a follower? Both work
COVER STORY: Are you keeping your nocturnists happy?
PROFILE: A doctor dance-off for a great cause
FROM THE EDITOR: When nocturnists ain’t happy …
COVER STORY: Getting smart about your comp plan
FEATURE: The flu: It’s back!
BY THE NUMBERS: Decisions, decisions
WHAT WORKS: Surgical redesign delivers earlier discharges
FROM THE EDITOR: How flexible is your comp plan?