The field is catching on in several countries outside the U.S., Canada and Europe. Although the health care systems and situations may differ, supportersâ€™ reasons for wanting hospital medicine to flourish there are often the same, and the
For more telehealth news, read the cover story of the August ACP Hospitalist, which showed how health systems are using remote services in hospital medicine, infectious diseases, and the ICU.
For the cover story, I gathered the findings and feelings of a host of sepsis experts. ... Read the story to learn what all the fuss is about and then join us on Tuesday, Jan.
The COURAGE study, published in March to coincide with the ACC's annual conference in New Orleans (see sidebar and related story),[Insert links to sidebar 1 below and story 2]
First, the physician would ask the patient to tell his or her story and then say, “I'm going to repeat exactly what you just said and kind of paraphrase it ... into a little story.
This month's issue includes a cover story on changes in rapid response teams and articles on patients' perspectives of readmissions, heart failure treatment, hospitalist fellowships, and more. ... Our cover story by Janet Colwell describes the latest
Sepsis strategies studied and debated.
Englander and her colleague Devan Kansagara, MD, FACP. They highlighted the story of an uninsured middle-aged man who, after being treated in the hospital for pneumonia and several comorbid illness, ... The story was frustratingly familiar to attendees,
Years later, Dr. Criley often tells the story during rounds with medical students and residents at St. ... She co-directs two fourth-year electives: case studies in cross-cover, and the sub-internship clinical case conference.
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