October 2019

https://www.todayshospitalist.com/whats-best-switch-day-hospitalists/

COVER STORY: What’s the best switch day for hospitalists? 

FEATURE: Low-risk patients and stress testing, DVT prophylaxis

BY THE NUMBERS: Screening for unhealthy alcohol use in the hospital

WHAT WORKS: Slashing delirium days in geriatric inpatients

NEWS BRIEFS: Severe sepsis: blood cultures first, then give antibiotics

CAREER: A look at hospitalist job satisfaction

 


September 2019

https://www.todayshospitalist.com/tackling-hospital-opioid-treatment/

COVER STORY: Tackling opioid treatment in the hospital

Q&A: Cutting back on antibiotics for pneumonia

PROGRESS NOTES: The quest for immortality in the ICU

POLL: Hospitalists rank their top 10 challenges

NEWS BRIEFS: Are physicians suffering from burnout or depression?

SLIDE SHOW: What types of shifts do hospitalists work?

 


August 2019

hospitalists taking admissions from the ED

COVER STORY: How hospitalists handle admission requests from the emergency department

FEATURE: Nocturnist nightmares: managing emergencies, agitated delirium, and narcotic dependence

Q&A: Tips to reduce hospital sleep interruptions

BY THE NUMBERS: Billing NP/PA hospital services: Are shared visits always the right strategy?

WHAT WORKS: Scribes help hospitalists with more than just documentation

NEWS BRIEFS: Are hospitalists overtreating pneumonia?

POLL: What are hospitalists’ roles beyond patient care?

LETTERS: More on joint rounds, CHF/AKI


July 2019

Today's Hospitalist July 2019 issue

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

POLL: A look at NPs/PAs in hospital medicine

NEWS BRIEFS: The high cost of physician burnout


June 2019

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


May 2019

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?


April 2019

COVER STORY: Do your new hires need more help?

Q&A: Fluoroquinolone prescribing at discharge

BY THE NUMBERS: A look at teaching physician rules


WHAT WORKS: Hospitalists take back
bedside procedures

PROFILE: Alyssa’s Law: one state down, 49 to go


ON THE WARDS: The part-timer’s life for me

POLL: Paid to sign on?

NEWS BRIEFS: CMS levies hospital-acquired infection penalties


LETTERS: More on heart failure patients at discharge

FROM THE EDITOR: Onboarding for the long term


March 2019

View entire issue here.

COVER STORY: Thinking about a move to leadership?

FEATURE: Social media: Should you stop lurking and log on?

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

POLL: A look at hospitalist shift rates

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: A leader, or a follower? Both work


February 2019

View entire issue here.

COVER STORY: Are you keeping your nocturnists happy?

FEATURE: Tuning up your heart failure patients at discharge

ANALYSIS: Antipsychotics for delirium? Short answer is no

WHAT WORKS: 
Basal insulin: What happens when patients go NPO?

PROFILE: A doctor dance-off for a great cause

POLL: A look at hospitalist rounding

LETTERS: More on consultants, disaster planning

FROM THE EDITOR: When nocturnists ain’t happy …


January 2019

See entire issue here.

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?