The recommendations will allow pediatric hospitalists to lead change throughout their hospitals and health care systems.
Two panelists highlighted the year of research in areas most relevant and important to hospital medicine.
Support LGBTQ+ patients with affirming language and attention to clinical considerations.
How do hospitalist schedules correlate with patient care outcomes?
Is the Tailored, Family-Involved Hospital Elder Life Program (t-HELP) effective in reducing the incidence of postoperative delirium (POD) in older...
Does systematic screening for depression in acute coronary syndrome (ACS) survivors affect quality of life and depression?
Does cardiac rehabilitation (CR) improve outcomes for patients after undergoing cardiac valve surgery (CVS)?
The need for a systematic telehealth deployment is far from being adequately fulfilled.
Partnerships among hospital medicine and palliative care teams thrive on mutually shared core values of patient centered care.
The extent to which telemedicine is able to positively impact patient care will revolve around overcoming barriers.