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The different ways hospitals pay

Incentive compensation aims to improve quality and productivity.
October 2010

Letter from the Editor

This month's issue includes a cover story on rounding practices, features on pneumonia and patient safety, and conference coverage. ... Our cover story delves into several types of rounding—their advantages and challenges, how to set them up effectively
March 2014

Fixing EHRs

First, the physician would ask the patient to tell his or her story and then say, “I'm going to repeat exactly what you just said and kind of paraphrase it ... into a little story.
May 2017

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

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

Tweaking rapid response teams

Automation, new team members improving outcomes at some hospitals.
September 2015

Endovascular therapy may herald a new era in stroke care

Challenges of moving latest research into practice.
June 2015

Top Docs

Years later, Dr. Criley often tells the story during rounds with medical students and residents at St. ... She co-directs two fourth-year electives: case studies in cross-cover, and the sub-internship clinical case conference.
November 2010

Teaming up to fight superbugs

For example, piperacillin-tazobactam (Zosyn) prescribed to treat Haemophilus influenzae (too broad) or Stenotrophomonas maltophilia (doesn't cover it).
January 2009

Pay now, profit later

Initial training, whether it lasts a few days or a few weeks, can make a crucial difference in a hospitalist's long-term productivity and career satisfaction.
April 2010

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