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Current Issue - October 2016

Featured Articles


Resisting ransomware

Resisting ransomware

By Mollie Durkin

Health care searches for solutions as hackers target hospital data


Atrial fibrillation

Aspirin overuse persists in afib

Aspirin overuse persists in afib

By Amy Karon

Hospitalists can help match practice to guidelines


Quality improvement

Taking communication skills seriously

Taking communication skills seriously

By Janet Colwell

Formal training can improve patient satisfaction, physician burnout


Expert analysis

Splanchnic venous thrombosis

By David A. Cohen, MD, FACP

Etiology, diagnosis, and treatment


Success story

Senior hospitalists get new hires up to speed

By Mollie Durkin

Peer mentorship program helps communicate expectations



Assess stroke rehab needs sooner, better

By Mollie Durkin

New guidelines focus on rehabilitation and recovery



Newman's Notions

Discharge meds

Discharge meds

By Jamie S. Newman, MD, FACP

A patient's request presents an ethical dilemma


Clinical Medicine

Research Update

Recent Research

From staff reports

Severity of illness and patient satisfaction scores, obstructive sleep apnea, CA-UTI prevention, and more



Letter from the Editor

Coding Corner: Updates on NOTICE, Sepsis-3, and hypertensive crisis

Perspectives: Understanding nocturnists

Test Yourself: MKSAP quiz on anticoagulation

In the News: From the archives of ACP Hospitalist Weekly

FDA Update: Warnings, recalls, approvals

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ACP Hospitalist Weekly

From the October 26, 2016 edition

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