Hospitalists innovate in ICU management
Hospitalists helped develop and staff critical care programs to optimize patient care during the pandemic.
Pandemic experience taught lessons about clinician wellness
“I didn’t know how to help people because the problem was so big, especially during the height of the pandemic,” Dr. Sarah Richards said.
Making sense of LAMA discharges
There is no evidence that insurance companies will not pay for LAMA discharges.
Hospital at Home: Delivering hospital-level care without the hospital
The future of HaH depends on development of a common payment model that will be adopted beyond the pandemic.
Physicians’ trust in health care leadership drops in pandemic
Physicians, however, have great trust in their fellow clinicians.
Trends in hospital medicine program operations during COVID-19
Hospitals faced unprecedented financial challenges in 2020, and these effects rippled through to hospitalists.
Telehealth takeaways for hospitalists outlined
Hospitalists can play a key role in the expansion of telehealth services, including management of acute care patients.
Survey offers a snapshot of nationwide COVID-19 discharge practices
More than one-quarter of sites (27%) gave little or no guidance for clinical discharge critera,” while 14% gave very specific detailed algorithms...
Strategies to turn the tide on racial and gender inequity
“Behavior change comes with accountability,” Dr. Vanessa Durand said.
Improving health disparities starts with acknowledging structural racism
“We have to get uncomfortable enough to advocate with urgency,” Dr. Kimberly D. Manning said.