COVER STORY: The clock is ticking
ANALYSIS: What’s bringing down your group morale?
ON THE WARDS: Feeling dumped on?
BY THE NUMBERS: How’s your operational efficiency?
PROGRESS NOTES: The holiday spiral
FROM THE EDITOR: Battling sepsis: the need for speed
Cover Story: Ka-ching! A look at hospital medicine’s high earners
What works: Detecting sepsis in real time
In the News: CMS releases ﬁnal MACRA rule
Career: Practice Closeups-Career Guide
From the Editor: Our [ compensation and career ] survey says…
COVER STORY: Who makes group decisions?
FEATURE: Toward a better night’s sleep
FEATURE: Unconscious bias in patient care
BY THE NUMBERS: Is your documentation as accurate as possible?
WHAT WORKS: Convincing doctors to order fewer C. diff tests
COMMENTARY: Beating burnout
FROM THE EDITOR: Who calls the shots in your group?
WHAT WORKS: Bringing exercise programs to patients
MARKETPLACE: Scheduling software with a proven track record
NEWS BRIEFS: Get ready for higher readmission penalties
FEATURE: Health IT controversies
HOSPITAL MEDICINE: Hospital medicine turns 20
BY THE NUMBERS: The staggering costs of physician turnover
WHAT WORKS: Overuse: another type of medical error
FROM THE EDITOR: Play together to stay together
FEATURE: Tell-tale signs of weak leadership
ANALYSIS: Think local to improve antibiotic use
WHAT WORKS: Coaching for early-career hospitalists
NEW DOCTORS: Need better team skills? Try training together
FROM THE EDITOR: A little help from your friends
COVER STORY: Need to speed up observation care?
FEATURE: How to succeed with bundled payments
CODING TIPS: ICD-10 surprises along the way
WHAT WORKS: Bringing more palliative care to the ICU
COMMENTARY: The CDC’s new 12-step program for opioids
MARKETPLACE: An antidote to burnout
FROM THE EDITOR: Observation care: your new service line?
COVER STORY: The doctor is (plugged) in
FEATURE: A new set of acronyms
Q&A: Evidence goes AWOL
CODING TIPS: Critical info on billing critical care
WHAT WORKS: Moving psych patients through the ED
NEWS BRIEFS: How many patients are eligible for thrombectomy?
FROM THE EDITOR: Big changes
COVER STORY: Sprinting past the ED
ON THE WARDS: How hospitalists can get along better with the ED
ANALYSIS: The azithromycin-QT interval connection
CODING TIPS: Provider burnout: How’s your relationship with work?
WHAT WORKS: Overhauling the ICU-wards transition
MARKETPLACE: “Digital empathy” and fewer readmissions
FROM THE EDITOR: Taking the frustration out of direct admissions
FEATURE: ID consults: formal or curbside?
CODING TIPS: Time is on your side
WHAT WORKS: Trauma service: a new comanagement line
BACK TALK: Do female hospitalists face discrimination?
MARKETPLACE: An early warning system
NEWS BRIEFS: Only 1% of docs rack up 32% of paid claims
FROM THE EDITOR: Gender: a level field, or not so much?
COVER STORY: Under the weather? Planning on working anyway?
FEATURE: Success with NPs/PAs
CODING TIPS: Interpret this! Numbers involving physicians
WHAT WORKS: Detecting sepsis without alert fatigue
BACK TALK: I knew I was a hospitalist when …
POLL: Bonuses and incentives
LETTERS: More on bridging anticoagulation
FROM THE EDITOR: First, do no harm
ANALYSIS: What can go wrong with comanagement
CODING TIPS: The debut of advance care planning codes
WHAT WORKS: “Before you go, why are you leaving?
MARKETPLACE: In good company
NEWS BRIEFS: Volume counts in stroke care
BACK TALK: Do IMG hospitalists face discrimination?
FROM THE EDITOR: The more things change, the more they stay the same