Many hospitalists address their own work-related distress by simply working less in total, but that isn’t an ideal solution for the field.
Advise patients to consider programs affiliated with major medical centers or established treatment centers, an expert says.
As available resources for people with mental health issues become increasingly scarce, hospitals face a growing, complex challenge.
NEW ORLEANS – It is possible to give opioid addiction patients opioids for post-op surgical pain without increasing the risk of relapse.
A recent study highlights the difficulties and strategies for discussing the antiopioid medication’s utility.
Here are strategies hospitalists can employ to combat the growing use and abuse of narcotics.
A new initiative is helping hospitalists design and implement better inpatient opioid prescribing strategies.
Amid a worsening crisis, a harsh, new light illuminates the inpatient side of opioid prescriptions.
Which hospitalized older patients are inappropriately prescribed benzodiazepines or sedative hypnotics post discharge, and who is prescribing...
The FDA says the benefits of combining MAT drugs with CNS depressants outweigh the risks.