Keep in mind the fact that things will eventually get better and that the current situation isn’t permanent.
Hospitalists can be leaders in further adopting buprenorphine as standard of care for people with OUD.
COVID-19 has forced hospitalists to reconsider almost every aspect of care.
Peers and hospital leaders can make a crucial difference in mitigating stress and burnout.
The psychology of those who have suffered “direct hits” or “near misses” are the daily bedside challenge of all physicians.
The COVID-19 vaccines owe their development to a long list of people and institutions.
The COVID-19 disease course can be broken down into 3 stages.
There is no hard and fast rule about the way health care should adopt Lean thinking.
As part of the 21st Century Cures Act, patients will now have the right to see their medical notes.
A pediatric hospitalist in a community hospital allows children to obtain high-quality, evidence-based care within their home communities.