Year-end review

2017 in review

As we inch closer to the end of 2017, we’ve taken a look at the articles that best represent the year in publishing Today’s Hospitalist. To gauge the impact of those articles, we looked at the attention readers gave...

Practice management

Problems that can sabotage quality improvement

May 2017
Published in the May 2017 issue of Today's Hospitalist WHAT DO YOU NEED to succeed at quality improvement? "Everybody is doing QI in the hospital,"...

Patient flow

Leadership

Leadership lessons learned the hard way

November 2016
VETERAN HOSPITALIST LEADERS remember their early leadership positions as painful but instructive. Here are some lessons they learned the hard way: Learn to flex. Young...

Critical care

Is it risky to take patients off ventilation at night?

January 2017
Published in the January 2017 issue of Today's Hospitalist MOST EXPERTS THINK that the ongoing push to staff up ICUs at night should result in...

Coding

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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Working with other specialties

More on building teams with NPs/PAs

November 2017
Published in the November 2017 issue of Today's Hospitalist  IN REFERENCE to your September story ("Building your team with NPs/PAs," page 20), we have taken...

Career

2017 in review

December 2017
As we inch closer to the end of 2017, we’ve taken a look at the articles that best represent the year in publishing Today’s...

Technology

Apps at the bedside

August 2017
Published in the August 2017 issue of Today's Hospitalist WHETHER IT'S TO EDUCATE PATIENTS, calculate anticoagulation risks or choose the best test to order, hospitalists...

Satisfaction/Burnout

Know yourself

July 2017
Published in the July 2017 issue of Today's Hospitalist THIS COLUMN marks my fourth or fifth installment on burnout, depending on how you count. Thus...