This month's issue includes a cover story on contact precautions, features on stroke units and insulin pumps, and an Expert Analysis on Rocky Mountain spotted fever. ... Whether, when and how to implement contact precautions on the ward and in the ICU is
Our call for nominations last spring yielded an impressive number of nominees, from which our editorial board selected the ten featured here. These physicians have done admirable work in patient rounding, resident education, technology, workload
Meet ACP Hospitalist's 2015 Top Hospitalists.
An expert hematologist explains how to recognize and treat heparin-induced thrombocytopenia, idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura and thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura.
This month's issue includes a cover story on sharing patient records in the hospital, coverage on superbugs from BIO 2015, and articles on the post-discharge visit, outpatient PE treatment, ... In this month's cover story, staff writer Mollie Durkin
But these days that isn't always enough, according to our cover story. ... See the story for details. In clinical topics, another inside feature focuses on cellulitis.
Partial DNRs may be attractive to patients, but they may cause more problems than they solve.
Some experts are starting to question how the nation's critical care beds are being used.
Our cover story provides examples of successful telemedicine practices, explains how telehospitalist medicine works practically and financially, and reveals how patients and colleagues react to it. ... Do you have a comment or question about a story
Hospitalists explore increasing inpatient access to medical records.