13 best practices to increase hospitalist billing efficiency
Although hospitalists do a tremendous amount of work, they do not always bill for what they are doing.
COVID-19 and patient safety in the medical office
Medical offices must take steps to safely manage patients while protecting clinical staff from COVID-19.
Understanding messenger RNA and other SARS-CoV-2 vaccines
Technological advances make these new and revolutionary vaccines a reality.
Leading hospitalists during a pandemic
Effective crisis leadership must guide hospitalists through the winter of COVID-19.
Three pillars of a successful coronavirus vaccine program in minorities
Minority participation in COVID-19 vaccine trials is below the ideal when compared with U.S. census data.
From the Society
How much longer?
SHM intends to make sure that hospitalists receive the tools to navigate these unprecedented times.
Should our patients really go home for the holidays?
Risks to warn patients of include high-risk status, risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission and how to mitigate it, and mode of transportation.
The authority/accountability balance
Hospitalist leaders must make sure they have a seat at the table where executive decisions are made.
When the only clinical choices are ‘lose-lose’
The current pandemic has provided innumerable situations that can increase the risk for moral injury, said Dr. Peter Yellowlees.
Increasing racial diversity in hospital medicine’s leadership ranks
According to recent data, only 5.5% of hospital medicine group leaders were Black/African American.