Many think of hospital medicine as a field largely populated by young physicians, but this may be changing.
A study published earlier this year in the New England Journal of Medicine had some sobering news for hospitals.
Some of this issue's topics include drug shortages, ED handoffs and coding for prolonged evaluation and management.
We're thrilled to present you with our fourth annual Top Hospitalists issue, highlighting excellent work in the hospitalist community.
For some hospitalist employers, letting a recruit jump right into a new job seems like the best way to learn. Others have found, however, that taking the ...
This issue is devoted to the transition from student to full-fledged doctor.
This month's issue includes stories on pain management, sickle cell anemia, and EHRs.
This issue discusses reducing unnecessary testing and includes coverage from Hospital Medicine 2011, held this May in Dallas.
Most hospitalists comanage surgical patients as part of their day-to-day responsibilities, but the hows, whens and whys of a comanagement relationship ...
When clinical guidelines aren't followed, it's tempting to think physicians either don't know them, or lack easy protocols to observe them. In the case of ...