A hospitalist explains how his facility uses its EHR to meet CMS core measures.
Computerized provider order entry has a promising, yet unproven, future as a tool for improving overall patient care and safety.
When patients are most in need of a familiar face, they often must trust the stranger who was assigned to walk in their door. But it doesn't have to be that ...
You might not understand the nicknames Meow-Meow, Ivory Wave and Powdered Rush, but you probably have patients who do.
A nocturnist discusses a move that changed his life for the better.
Obtaining and applying genetic information can play a vital role in diagnosis and treatment.
Income inequality exists throughout our culture, but it is particularly poignant in health care.
It's hard to increase time spent with patients, so improving the quality of the time is the only workable alternative.
It's remarkably different to practice in a small rural hospital than in its urban big brother.
Patients should not be disturbed in the middle of the night unless it is medically necessary.