Current Issue - May 2016
Cover Package: Information Technology
Even health IT experts get angry at their electronic medical records, but the solution is to work with your computers rather than toss them
Physicians who want to use social networking sites have a few things to consider
The best apps are useful on the wards and help improve the patient experience
Tips for new hospitalists and those on the move
The what, why, and how of taking patients off their drugs
Two teaching hospitals enabled clinicians and staff to discuss serious adverse clinical events soon after they happen
Coexisting systemic infections may need to be routinely considered in patients who present with a fall
To understand what's really happening in your hospital, you need to consider Little's Law
Influenza vaccination in hospitalized surgical patients, echocardiography use, outcomes in older patients after ED discharge, and more
ACP Hospitalist Weekly
From the May 18, 2016 edition
- Ticagrelor not superior to aspirin after cerebral ischemic events, study finds
- Age-adjusting D-dimer results improves predictive ability with Wells rule
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