Multiple articles in this issue focus on the value of care, including a historical perspective on insurance coverage and hospital utilization.
From a patient perspective, it doesn't seem like much time to spend with the doctor that's coordinating all of your care.
A recent survey aimed to gain some perspective on job satisfaction for hospitalists. ... A group of hospitalists recently surveyed a large number of their colleagues in an effort to gain some perspective on this issue.
Respect for the patient is a topic that's also explored in our Perspectives piece by medical student Farzon A.
And in our Perspectives column, Ronald Schaefer, MD, writes about the custom-designed features in his hospital's electronic medical record that have helped with reporting core measures to CMS.
This gives hospitalists a better perspective on the full scope of a patient's problems, said Eric Kupersmith, ACP Member, head of the division of hospital medicine at Cooper University Hospital.
Our Perspectives article tackles a subject that rankles and confuses many a hospitalist: inpatient versus observation status.
Also in this issue, a Perspectives column examines the role of genetics in hospital medicine, while a Q&A discusses how the sources of health care-associated infections aren't as
More than one third of patients with prestroke mRS of 3 to 5 [are] capable of returning to their prestroke functional status, which from the patient's and carer's perspective
Meanwhile, both our Perspectives section and our Q&A deal with the best way to handle transferring patients to the ICU , and our coding column covers Medicare's looming change from