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On the alert for a quiet killer

Think of that diagnosis, and if you're not sure, give them antibiotics anyhow because, clearly, that's what's going to improve your outcomes.”.
January 2011

Coronavirus

Telemedicine: A Practical Guide to Incorporation into Your Practice,” is free to ACP members and provides guidance about how to introduce and sustain a telemedicine program and deliver high-quality health
March 2020

CMS announces ICD-10 contingency plan

For help making sure that your practice is ready for Oct.
July 2015

Top Hospitalists

We've all probably been on the other side of that phone, and it just does not feel great to not get your answer when you really need it.”. ... Ten percent is a doable number, but you need to sell your vision.”.
November 2018

How long is too long in the hospital (for docs)?

Hingle said. “And by the time you start residency, you've got all your medical school debt, so what are you going to do? ... From residency to practice, seven is an important number. Night-float residents often come in to the hospital at 7 p.m.
April 2017

Hospitalist salaries vary by region, unit of work

That's about one million dollars annually for your practice, if you are in an average practice,” Dr.
May 2011

PCPs in the hospital

practices. “We're getting rid of high-volume, low-payment practice,” Dr. Goroll said. ... In practice, he said, direct communication (if it happens) occurs anytime during the hospitalization.
March 2018

Welcome to ACP Hospitalist

Our goal is to keep you up-to-date by reporting on trends and issues that affect you and your practice.
January 2007

Looking for a hospitalist? Be prepared, proactive

This means taking an honest look at your practice culture and asking: Is it formal or laid back? ... Mathews said. “Make sure everyone on your team is on board with this.”.
July 2009

How trustworthy is automated noninvasive blood pressure monitoring?

The process of holding your patient's arm close to your side with your elbow, placing the cuff, pumping it up, and deflating it while listening to the brachial artery with ... your stethoscope adds an intimacy to the physical exam and a way of slowing
October 2009

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