Embedding diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in hospital medicine
Hospitalists have significant work ahead to ensure that we develop and maintain a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workforce.
Baylor gets restraining order against COVID-19 vaccine–skeptic doc
The war should be against SARS-CoV-2, but “because this virus has so many supporters, the war in essence becomes a war against ourselves, which is...
Trio of awardees illustrate excellence in SHM chapters
The SHM Chapter Excellence Awards highlight outstanding efforts, engagement, and resilience.
PHM 2021: Achieving gender equity in medicine
COVID-19 is causing immense stress on women in medicine and the impact could be disastrous.
Health care workers eager for COVID booster shots
Weathering this storm and the next
Disaster preparedness is achieved with the nonstop cycle of planning, coordinating, and recognizing vulnerable areas.
Open notes in health care: The good, the bad, and the ugly of the Cures Act
While many physicians and other providers have anticipated open notes with dread, most outcomes so far have been positive.
HM administrators plan for 2021 and beyond
“If there was ever doubt that the hospitalists are the beating heart of the hospital, this doubt is now gone,” said Elda Dede, FHM.
Move from awareness to action to combat racism in medicine
Calls to action to address structural racism include learning from policies, prioritizing voting, and educating children.
Pandemic demand for NPs soars, softens for primary care: Report
“NPs are coming into their own in a market that puts a premium on easy access to care and cost containment.”