or family member's perspective, said Melissa Schepp, MD, a co-author of the Critical Care Medicine analysis.
Identifying “teachable moments” for patients is an important part of quality care.
To better explain surgeons' perspectives on these debates, Dr. Schwarze, an assistant professor of surgery at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in Madison, Wis., recently surveyed
In a Perspectives article, 1 hospitalist makes a case for his colleagues being more like the PCPs of the hospital.
From a coding perspective, physical quadriplegia and functional quadriplegia are both considered major, significant, complicating or comorbid conditions that contribute substantially to the severity of illness, complexity of care and hospital
If the history of anesthesia is the story of trying to manage pain, then it is indeed a long one.
A Perspectives article in this issue focuses directly on COVID-19, offering one hospitalist's experience of a night shift early in the pandemic.
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.
Advice on how to implement physical distancing in the hospital was provided in a Perspectives article published by the Journal of Hospital Medicine on April 22.
From our perspective, that would not be good for quality care initiatives.