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Featured Articles

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Resource Use

A simple plan for complex patients

A simple plan for complex patients

By Charlotte Huff

Care plans guide treatment of high utilizers


Conference Coverage: Internal Medicine Meeting 2015

It's hard to be homeless in the hospital

It's hard to be homeless in the hospital

By Stacey Butterfield

Research and advice from an internist who treats homeless patients


Tips on transfusion

By Stacey Butterfield

Treating reactions and avoiding common errors


Move fast, but sometimes not too fast, in hypertensive emergencies

Move fast, but sometimes not too fast, in hypertensive emergencies

By Jennifer Kearney-Strouse

Reducing blood pressure in stroke, aortic dissection, and other conditions


Success Story

Technology connects geriatricians and hospitalists to nursing home staff

By Mollie Durkin

Program improves quality of clinical care for older patients in long-term care facilities



Give them choice or give them guidance?

By Mollie Durkin

Study looks at patients' autonomy versus their best interest


Expert Analysis

Utility of the anemia index in investigating the ‘3S's' of anemia

By Sherry-Ann Brown, MD, PhD, ACP Resident/Fellow Member, and Carrie A. Thompson, MD

A case-based report examines the ideal workup



More in Perspectives

Newman's Notions

Almost a 5-star column

Almost a 5-star column

By Jamie Newman, MD, FACP

The “Great Satisfaction Madness” of 2027 is over


Clinical Medicine

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Research Update

Recent Research

From staff reports

Lower-extremity revascularization in nursing home residents, guidance on contact precautions for hospital visitors, treatment in-hospital strokes versus community-onset strokes, and more



Letter from the Editor

Coding Corner: ICD-10-CM specificity

The Brief Case: A collection of individual cases

Perspectives: Breaking the barriers

In the News: From the archives of ACP Hospitalist Weekly

FDA Update: Recalls, warnings, approvals

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Internal Medicine Meeting 2015 Digital Presentations

Internal Medicine Meeting 2015 Digital Presentations

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IM Essentials Now Available in Print or Online

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