This issue also includes conference coverage from the American Heart Association, about postoperative myocardial infarction, and an Expert Analysis, about interpreting cardiac troponin levels in patients with chronic kidney disease and ... This month's
Knowing your value and preparing for an ambush are two key secret weapons.
One of the biggest challenges in getting physicians to work together cooperatively is the fact that they have never been trained to do so.
The public health system, Sistema Ùnico de Saúde (SUS), is the largest universal health coverage system in the world, but despite recent advances, mostly in primary care, public medical care still
A conference speaker rarely feels compelled to fall on his sword, but Steven Coca, DO, MS, literally did just that at the Heart Failure Society of America's 2019 annual meeting, ... second half of the conference session.
Speakers at the recent National Palliative Care Summit discussed strategies for changing and improving Americans' perceptions of palliative care.
Review the latest data on prescribing these drugs for pneumonia, sepsis, and COPD.
Physicians not only overestimate prognosis, many consciously present a more optimistic prognosis to patients than they privately believe.
Another conference coverage article looks at the balance between protecting the kidneys and helping the heart when treating decompensated heart failure.
Being a hospitalist who provides high-value care is almost as hard as being a Jedi, as Vineet Arora, MD, MAPP, MACP, explained to attendees at the Midwest Hospital Medicine Conference, ... Breu battles all kinds of unnecessary care. But he focused his