You'll also learn tips from those on the front line about preparing for disaster events at your own facility. ... Sincerely,. Jessica Berthold. Editor, ACP Hospitalist.
Learn how to recognize the sometimes subtle signs of a disruptive coworker, and what to do about it. ... We'd love to hear from you. Sincerely,. Jessica Berthold. Editor, ACP Hospitalist.
Successful comanagement, experts say, involves defining hospitalists' and surgeons' roles from the very start. ... Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Editor, ACP Hospitalist.
Would everyone recommend the same couple of leaders in the field or perhaps, instead, nominate themselves? ... For the most part, the physicians selected as Top Hospitalists are not world famous.
See the story for details. In clinical topics, another inside feature focuses on cellulitis. ... Sincerely,. Stacey Butterfield. Editor-in-Chief.
The study, published in the Nov. 10, 2008 Archives of Internal Medicine, found that 63.5% of almost 800,000 adults discharged from 35 hospitals in 2006 received an antibacterial drug, ... Sincerely,. Janet Colwell. Executive Editor, ACP Hospitalist.
Speaking of deadly, our story relays the experiences of physicians who rode out hurricanes in their hospitals. ... Sincerely,. Stacey Butterfield. Editor-in-Chief, ACP Hospitalist.
But being people, they tend to have a lot of individual characteristics affecting their care in the hospital. ... acph-201612-concussion-care-conference-coverage A related Test Yourself gathers questions about head injuries from MKSAP 17.
This month's issue examines efforts to learn from inpatient mortality, the focused practice recertification pathway for hospital medicine, colistin resistance, and more. ... Stacey Butterfield. Editor-in-Chief.
This month's cover story describes how a number of factors, from the need for new technology to changes in Medicare reimbursement, are creating challenges for small, independent hospitals. ... Sincerely,. Stacey Butterfield. Editor-in-Chief, ACP