June 2020

past issue june cover

COVER STORY: Your disappearing census

COMMENTARY: When healers suffer

SOUND OFF: Coronavirus lessons learned

PROGRESS NOTES: The new heroes in the hospital

NEWS BRIEFS: Covid’s impact on medical training


May 2020

May 2020 - past issues

COVER STORY: Stories from the covid front lines

FEATURE: Should you steer clear of your own family?

Q&A: Helping pediatric hospitals plan for the surge

COMMENTARY: A proposal: hospitalist “hotshots”

PROGRESS NOTES: Stuck between “then” and “now”

SOUND OFF: How might coronavirus change hospital medicine? 


April 2020

COVER STORY: Coronavirus: It’s here

FEATURE: Septic shock: diagnosis and management

ANALYSIS: Hospitalist ROI: What do C-suite 
execs really think?

Q&A: How to improve respiratory rate readings

BY THE NUMBERS: Social admissions and prolonged services

WHAT WORKS: Tiered safety huddles target zero harm

POLL: Bonuses and incentives

NEWS BRIEFS: Coronavirus viability


March 2020

past issue february 2020

COVER STORY: Note bloat: problems with cut and paste

FEATURE: Communication skills to mitigate conflict

BY THE NUMBERS: What’s your payer mix?

Q&A: “C. diff walks into a hospital … “

WHAT WORKS: Peer coaching can relieve physician burnout

CAREER: Letters of intent: Should you sign?

PROGRESS NOTES: Hospital medicine conference 2020

POLL: A look at IMG hospitalists

NEWS BRIEFS: Sharp rise seen 
in sepsis rates, costs


February 2020

past issue february 2020

COVER STORY: Telemedicine: How one service may lead to (many) others

Q&A: Comanagement falls short in hip fracture patients

WHAT WORKS: The race to identify sepsis early

PROGRESS NOTES: It takes a whole hospital…

POLL: Who’s working nights and weekends?

NEWS BRIEFS: Bad news for Vitamin C cocktail


January 2020

past issue january 2020

COVER STORY: Crafting the best comanagement agreements

FEATURE: Treating inpatient lung infections: the latest recommendations

BY THE NUMBERS: Stress test on economic trends

WHAT WORKS: Tough conversations: What to say when sharing a bad prognosis

COMMENTARY: Surviving physician staffing shortages

POLL: A look at academic hospitalists