Fonarow. A major component of that plan will cover the complex medication regimens that heart failure patients are typically on.
The March issue's cover story describes systems that speed access to percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) for patients who have myocardial infarctions far from PCI-capable centers. ... The March Success Story also focuses on PCI, explaining one
This month's issue includes a cover story on perioperative medication management, extensive coverage from Internal Medicine 2014, and an expert analysis of chemotherapy-induced hypersensitivity reactions. ... Read our cover story about his discussion of
Post-acute care is emerging as a dedicated field of practice on a path similar to hospital medicine's a decade or so ago.
Just as important, you have to summarize the story that you've been telling with your feedback to them and say, ‘This is where I think you're at, this is
Palabindala said. “If you're not thinking about whether the insurance will cover this or not, patients will suffer.”.
This month's issue includes a cover story on caring for cancer survivor, extensive coverage from Hospital Medicine 2014, and the latest installment of The Brief Case. ... Our cover story takes a look at what hospitalists need to do when caring for this
This month's issue includes a cover story on how to find a job that makes you happy, diagnosing and treating acute pancreatitis, and case summaries from San Francisco General Hospital. ... Our cover story offers advice on how, during your job search and
Credentialing and training hospitalists to use handheld ultrasounds.
To learn more about how anti-MRSA coverage became routine in treating community-acquired pneumonia, read the cover story of the January ACP Hospitalist.