From the Society
In a time of two pandemics, a recommitment to work together
While we physically mask to prevent the spread of COVID-19, we must make efforts to unmask the failings of our health system.
Being a pediatric hospitalist during the COVID-19 pandemic
These times are unsettling for the pediatric hospitalist community.
Are aging physicians a burden?
In our practice, the most common reason for those minor mistakes during our clinical evaluation is anxiety, said Dr. Nicolas Badre and Dr. Alan A...
Dear 2020, where do we go from here?
COVID-19 has shown that hospitalists must be “digital doctors” – they must be facile in utilizing virtual health tools.
Financial planning in the COVID-19 era
Many readers have expressed the fear that their retirement savings would never recover from the COVID-19 hit.
COVID-19 and the myth of the super doctor
What does it mean to be a hero, and what is the cost of hero worship, asks Dr. Tanya Thomas.
How to truly connect with your patients
Human connection in health care is the need of the hour.
Action and awareness are needed to increase immunization rates
There is much work to be done to catch up with vaccinations missed because of the pandemic.
Pandemic effect: Telemedicine is now a ‘must-have’ service
Survey examines patients’ perception of safety and their telemedicine experience.
Long-lasting COVID-19 symptoms: Patients want answers