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Counting lives saved

Commonly used tallies of medical errors may dramatically overestimate their toll.

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Secrets of the great attendings

Great teaching physicians share some habits, according to Sanjay Saint, MD, MPH, MACP.

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The ward of Damocles

Our narrator encounters Dr. Cicero and Dr. Dan O’Klees.

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Complications of care

ICD-10 requires that a complication code be assigned every time certain conditions or diagnoses are coded.

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How and why to prognosticate

Hospitalists should try to help patients understand the prognosis of their illnesses.

Change and Converge

This online-only issue brings coverage of an online-only conference.

Responding to patients' strong emotions

Physicians are skilled at providing medical information but sometimes hesitate to address the emotion that might arise as a result.

What to fix?

Clinicians tackle workflow problems.

Pacemakers, stents recalled

Recalls, warnings, alerts, and approvals.

Mechanism of pauses on telemetry

A patient presented with multiple episodes of transient unresponsiveness.

Figure A representative strip of the patients telemetry annotated with a ladder diagram indicating a shortened P-P interval at the location of the obscured P-waves red arrow compared to the norma

12 tips for new academic hospitalists

Bradley Sharpe, MD, shared some of the actions that set him up for success.

Mind your Ps when talking to your C-suite

Hospitalists can optimize their discussions with executives by focusing on three steps: prepare, propose, and proceed.

More school? An MBA debate

Two hospitalist leaders discuss the pros and cons of getting a business degree.

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