An adventure in hospital committee participation.
Inpatient medicine services see wide variety of conditions in similar pattern across hospitals | ACP Hospitalist Weekly | ACP Hospitalist
At seven hospitals in Toronto, the most common primary discharge diagnoses were heart failure, pneumonia, urinary tract infection, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and stroke.
ACP Hospitalist provides hospital-based physicians with news and information about the practice of hospital medicine.
Many of the game's challenges and jokes were drawn from experience in hospital medicine.
Hospitals risk dehumanization if major decisions are carried out by those whose focus is not on patient care.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) proposed major changes to existing regulations last week, with the release of two sets of proposed rules and one finalized rule that the agency predicts will save the health care system nearly
This issue delves into dilemmas of training and terrorism, among other topics.
Encouraging use of subcutaneous opioids reduces IV opioid prescribing, pilot study finds | ACP Hospitalist Weekly | ACP Hospitalist
One general medicine unit educated prescribers and nursing staff about subcutaneous opioid administration and successfully adopted a standard of practice preferring oral and subcutaneous opioids over IVs.
Our coverage of ACP's annual meeting includes stories on a modernized morbidity and mortality conference, quality improvement, medication reconciliation, and more.
This month's issue looks at clinician involvement in hospital design, electronic glucose management systems, sepsis survivorship, and more.