Physicians aren't the only ones who bend the rules when it comes to treatment. ... Sincerely,. Jessica Berthold. Editor, ACP Hospitalist.
This issue focuses on a couple of those. Our cover story looks at how inpatient pain treatment has pulled back from opiate prescribing in response to the current epidemic of addiction. ... The article gathers advice from experts and guidelines on how to
Successful comanagement, experts say, involves defining hospitalists' and surgeons' roles from the very start. ... Sincerely,. Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Editor, ACP Hospitalist.
The study, published in the Nov. 10, 2008 Archives of Internal Medicine, found that 63.5% of almost 800, 000 adults discharged from 35 hospitals in 2006 received an antibacterial drug, ... Sincerely,. Janet Colwell. Executive Editor, ACP Hospitalist.
Would everyone recommend the same couple of leaders in the field or perhaps, instead, nominate themselves? ... For the most part, the physicians selected as Top Hospitalists are not world famous.
You're hearing from me for the first time in a while; now I'd like to hear from you. ... Email us your thoughts and suggestions. Sincerely,. Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Editor, ACP Hospitalist.
Try saying that 3 times fast, and then test your knowledge of the conditions with relevant questions from MKSAP 17. ... Sincerely,. Stacey Butterfield. Editor-in-Chief, ACP Hospitalist.
Learn about what's new in the field and how experts are helping this technology get “smarter.” acph-201611-speech-recognition-software. ... Finally, many physicians collaborated on this month's Brief Case, which includes a collection of cases from
How about reviewing and analyzing the medical evidence relevant to your patients' care? ... Sincerely,. Stacey Butterfield. Editor-in-Chief, ACP Hospitalist.
Shifting from the problems facing attendings to those they may be causing, this month's Q&A looks at bullying in academic medicine. ... Sincerely,. Stacey Butterfield. Editor-in-Chief, ACP Hospitalist.