As health care evolves, some hospitalists might find themselves working outside the traditional inpatient floor, said Kevin Schulman, MD, FACP, a professor of medicine, researcher, and clinical hospitalist at Stanford University ... School of Medicine in
Researchers conducted a retrospective analysis of trends in hours worked among U.S. ... Department of Labor use the same data to calculate employment trends among many professions.) They reported results in the Feb.
Robert Bessler, MD, and Joseph Li, FACP. Photo courtesy of the Society of Hospital Medicine.“ So think about this. ... Dr. Li countered that, in his experience, residents are more fastidious about coding, however.“ The business of medicine is not a
Specialty: Internal medicine. Something I wish I'd learned in medical school: I wish I'd learned about the business of medicine, and about money and finances. ... I just wasn't meant to do the office practice, nine-to-five type of medicine.
deal with the business of medicine. ... the use of patient's stories to learn about your patient both to become a better doctor but also to better enjoy the practice of medicine.
Eldadah, MD, PhD, called afib“ the bread and butter” of cardiology.“ It touches hospital medicine wherever you are and impacts all aspects of internal medicine practice,” he stressed. ... Eldadah said. 2. Always consider risks.“ We're all in