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Dealing with drug-seeking behavior

Hospitalists must discern true drug-seeking behavior from a straightforward desire for pain relief.
February 2014

Dealing with addiction

Routine screening and treatment coordination for substance abuse are relatively rare.
December 2010

The different ways hospitals pay

Incentive compensation aims to improve quality and productivity.
October 2010

Teaming up to fight superbugs

For example, piperacillin-tazobactam (Zosyn) prescribed to treat Haemophilus influenzae (too broad) or Stenotrophomonas maltophilia (doesn't cover it).
January 2009

Integrative medicine: Coming to a hospital near you

Plotnikoff, FACP, an internist at Abbott-Northwestern, when recounting the patient's story.
April 2008

Letter from the Editor

This month's issue includes a cover story on endovascular therapy for stroke, as well as coverage from Hospital Medicine 2015. ... Exciting advances are being made in stroke treatment. As our cover story reports, recent large successful trials have
June 2015

Pay now, profit later

Initial training, whether it lasts a few days or a few weeks, can make a crucial difference in a hospitalist's long-term productivity and career satisfaction.
April 2010

Top Docs

Sheehy was charged with delivering even more bad news: Medicare would not cover her transfer to a skilled nursing facility (SNF).
November 2014

It takes a community

The Camden Coalition in New Jersey and other health care systems are addressing the problem of hospital readmissions by bringing people together at the local level.
May 2010

Fighting the battle against PTSD

While the military screens soldiers leaving Iraq and Afghanistan for mental health problems at least twice within six months of returning from combat, PTSD can show up several months or years after a person leaves the battlefield. Internists in
September 2008

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