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Current Issue - April 2015


Featured Articles

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Cover Story

Working overtime

Working overtime

By Janet Colwell

Moonlighting has become an essential perk for hospitalists

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Transitions of Care

When patients won't leave

When patients won't leave

By Terri D’Arrigo

Strategies to achieve a timely discharge

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HIV

Inpatient ART errors can cause long-term problems for HIV patients

Inpatient ART errors can cause long-term problems for HIV patients

By Kathy Holliman

Antiretroviral therapy is less complex than it used to be, but errors are still common

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Expert Analysis

Pulmonary hypertension

By Raymond K. Young, MD, ACP Resident/Fellow Member; Rachel Damico, MD, PhD; and Sanjay V. Desai, MD, FACP

A clinical review of the condition

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Success Story

Consistent consults improve cirrhosis care

By Stacey Butterfield

A tertiary care center used mandatory GI consults to help meet quality indicators

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Q&A: Patient Communication

A card and a couple of minutes convey condolences

By Stacey Butterfield

A study finds that clinicians express condolences to patients' families at inconsistent rates

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Perspectives

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Newman's Notions

Quattro formaggi

By Kevin Whitford, MD, ACP Member, and Jamie Newman, MD, FACP

Working in the hospital can be a cheesy experience

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Clinical Medicine

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Research Update

Recent Research

From staff reports

High-intensity statins after CHD hospitalization, beta-blockers at discharge and 30-day readmissions, metoclopramide and pneumonia in stroke, and more

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Departments

Letter from the Editor

Conference Coverage: Internal Medicine Meeting 2015 heads to Boston to celebrate 100 years

Test Yourself: MKSAP quiz on HIV

Coding Corner: Pulmonary hypertension and pulmonary heart disease

In the News: From the archives of ACP Hospitalist Weekly

FDA Update: Recalls and approvals

Pulse On® Florence, SC

Pulse On® Logan, UT

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