See the story for details. In clinical topics, another inside feature focuses on cellulitis. ... Sincerely,. Stacey Butterfield. Editor-in-Chief.
How about reviewing and analyzing the medical evidence relevant to your patients' care? ... Sincerely,. Stacey Butterfield. Editor-in-Chief, 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.
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.
The story looks at why EHRs frustrate physicians and what is being done to potentially remedy these issues. ... Sincerely,. Stacey Butterfield. Editor-in-Chief.
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.
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
Feel free to write to us anytime. We'd love to hear from you. ... Sincerely,. Jessica Berthold. Editor-in-Chief, ACP Hospitalist.
This issue also contains an Expert Analysis on myopericarditis and The Brief Case, the latter of which was submitted by physicians from Hennepin County Medical Center. ... Sincerely,. Stacey Butterfield. Editor-in-Chief, ACP Hospitalist.
Successful comanagement, experts say, involves defining hospitalists' and surgeons' roles from the very start. ... Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Editor, ACP Hospitalist.