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ACP Hospitalist

ACP Hospitalist provides hospital-based physicians with news and information about the practice of hospital medicine.

Measuring hospitalist workload

Menzel. “If you're showing physicians the data and it doesn't tell them the story the way they see it, you [both] can start looking at it in a different
October 2013

July ACP Hospitalist now available, with a web exclusive

Our July issue includes a cover story looking at new drugs and data on Clostridium difficile and extensive conference coverage of Hospital Medicine 2017. ... The cover story reviews the latest research and expert opinions on Clostridium difficile.
July 2017

Integrative medicine: Coming to a hospital near you

Plotnikoff, FACP, an internist at Abbott-Northwestern, when recounting the patient's story.
April 2008

Our April issue is available

The April issue of ACP Hospitalist has a cover story about perfecting post-acute care and inside features on evidence-based practice centers, stress hyperglycemia, and new guidelines for status epilepticus. ... This month's cover story describes reasons
April 2016

Catch them if you can

His story got to be a little bit too unbelievable,” she said. ... Dr. Kenedi related the story he had been told (during his combined internal medicine/psychiatry residency at Duke University Medical Center) of a patient who presented with symptoms of
September 2012

Surgical comanagement done right

Our cover story examines the concept and offers tips on making comanagement work for your group.
March 2009

May ACP Hospitalist now available

The cover story of our May issue looks at fixing electronic health records, while other articles focus on wayfinding apps, unbefriended patients, and poststroke epilepsy. ... The cover story of our May issue looks at why electronic health records
May 2017

March issue online and in the mail

The latest issue of ACP Hospitalist is now available and the cover story describes efforts to improve continuity of care by bringing primary care physicians to the hospital. ... This month's Q&A tells the story of a patient with a DNR tattoo, and
March 2018

Medicare takes aim at hospital-acquired conditions

Medicare's recent announcement that it will stop paying for some hospital-acquired conditions has hospitals ramping up their quality improvement efforts, and some experts predict that hospitalists are likely to find themselves center stage.
November 2007

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