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Current Issue - November 2014
Meet our 2014 Top Hospitalists.
Our call for nominations last spring yielded an impressive cadre of nominees, from which our editorial board selected the 10 featured here. These physicians have done admirable work in patient safety and satisfaction, quality improvement, high-value care, medical education, and more.
Campaign aims to change the concept of families as ‘visitors'.
Color-coded system helps clinicians prepare for likely discharges.
The Brief Case
Cholangitis, tenofovir-induced Fanconi syndrome, and more.
Dr. Chin's study looked at length of stay, readmissions, and costs among 3 types of inpatient medicine teams.
When planning a conference, you can't please everyone.
HCAHPS scores, order sets for COPD inpatients, warfarin in brain injury patients, and more.
From the November 19, 2014 edition
- Perioperative aspirin, clonidine don't reduce AKI risk
- Most nonsmoking inpatients with CHD aren't asked about secondhand smoke exposure
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