Hospitalists team up with nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
Today's physicians may spend more time at a computer than at the bedside, but not if they volunteer abroad.
M##amp;M conferences now increasingly focus on the underlying causes of errors and what can be learned from them.
Using a handheld electronic device to capture procedure codes isn't new, but as the technology improves, the approach is becoming particularly ...
Concerns about readmission rates and care transitions are leading some hospitalists to treat patients in the outpatient setting.
Physicians, hospital administrators and even politicians are eagerly searching for ways to reduce hospital readmissions. But one closely involved party ...
Physical examinations, patient interactions are emphasized as part of the art of medicine.
The majority of hospitalists report that they treat ICU patients, and many feel insufficiently trained and supported.
Innovators are taking steps to help banish care discontinuity once and for all, with some especially focusing on the role of primary care physicians (PCPs ...
Hospitals contend with shortages of IV opioids and parenteral solutions, but find silver lining of improved opioid prescribing practices.