Hospitalists can learn lessons from the airline industry about how to build a nonhierarchical team.
Effective crisis leadership must guide hospitalists through the winter of COVID-19.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced medical schools to get back to basics.
Take note of some recent career transitions in the hospital medicine community.
The need for advanced practice providers has led to an evolving integration between physicians and APPs.
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Fellows designations provide hospitalists with a distinguishing credential as established pioneers in the industry.
“The biggest source of support for many hospitalists, beyond their family, is the group,” said Dr. Clarissa Barnes.
Hospitalist leaders must make sure they have a seat at the table where executive decisions are made.
In clinical training having guidance can greatly enhance your experience and direct your future career in unexpected ways.
According to recent data, only 5.5% of hospital medicine group leaders were Black/African American.