Kravet, FACP, who led M&Ms at Johns Hopkins Bayview's department of medicine as medical director for ambulatory services and deputy director for clinical activities (he is now president of ... Pierce, ACP Member, a hospitalist and assistant professor of
Changing the practice of medicine is like turning a supertanker: It doesn't happen except by one inch at a time. ... said James Walter, MD, an associate professor of pulmonary and critical care medicine at Northwestern Medicine in Chicago.
In his 95th lecture in a series on clinical medicine (delivered at the Hôtel Dieu in Paris, where he was physician-in-chief), Dr. ... However, thrombosis remains a critical clinical feature to recognize in the setting of malignancy, given its prevalence,
The agency noted that limited clinical data for MERS patients are available, as most published clinical information is from critically ill patients. ... Hayden. He was among the experts who helped prepare “Clinical management of severe acute
It may seem counterintuitive, but I envision these [computer] tools freeing us to spend more time with our patients,” said Herbert Chase, MD, professor of clinical medicine in biomedical informatics at ... The study was published online April 20, 2011
Li, chief of hospital medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School in Boston. ... I'm not here to tell you that clinical guidelines are a bad thing; they're a good thing.
Laboratory quality is an overlooked area of clinical medicine, according to Douglas Beigel, president of COLA, a nonprofit organization that accredits medical laboratories in the U.S. ... Beigel said. He spoke to ACP Hospitalist about the importance of
The Mayo Clinic started using midlevels with hospitalists in perioperative medicine in 2000. ... If someone goes to school and spends a lot of time learning clinical medicine, and you use them just for discharges, that's an underutilization of what they
A single measurement of FEV. 1. incompletely represents the complex clinical consequences of COPD because 1) FEV. ... Exacerbations are often the defining clinical events in the life of a patient with COPD.
It's not hard to understand why patients might value empathy in medicine. ... Sometimes students are overwhelmed by the nature of clinical medicine. They are, for the most part, still very young human beings who are confronted with death and dying and