Carmel St. Ann's in Columbus, Ohio. “Patients often get admitted because they have a concerning story, but the real question is how high is their risk in the short term,
This month's issue includes a cover story on care plans for superutilizers, as well as coverage from Internal Medicine Meeting 2015. ... This month's cover story describes how some hospitals and hospitalists around the country have tackled this challenge
This month's issue includes a cover story on rounding practices, features on pneumonia and patient safety, and conference coverage. ... Our cover story delves into several types of rounding—their advantages and challenges, how to set them up effectively
Two community neurologists take call one day a month and are willing to cover for her for a few days at a time but “no one is willing to fill in
The October ACP Hospitalist is now available, with a cover story about ransomware attacks on electronic health records. ... The October issue of ACP Hospitalist is now available. The cover story investigates the problem of ransomware and describes how
But since many people do have ST-elevation myocardial infarctions far from PCI capability, our cover story looks at what hospitals, physicians, and emergency medical services are doing to optimize these ... This month's Success Story also focuses on PCI,
Metlay said. “We really tried to emphasize the importance of getting microbiological tests when you're going to cover for these pathogens, because then at least at 48 hours, if you
benefit to their health, as Stacey Butterfield reports in our cover story. ... In other clinical coverage, our feature story looks at the increasing role hospitalists play in perioperative care of cancer patients.
Here we are. If she's sick or I'm sick or my kid's sick, we can cover for each other, so we're even a built-in coverage system,”
The September issue of ACP Hospitalist is now available. Read about new models for rapid response teams in the cover story and new heart failure drugs in an inside feature.