Creativity, flexibility required to attract hospitalists in fiercely competitive market.
Young hospitalists choosing locum tenens
Demand for temporary hospitalists is high
Flaws in diagnosis, prescribing are common.
Reducing HIT by removing the culprit
An “avoid heparin” policy yields benefit.
Altered mental status
Altered mental status due to psychiatric causes is discussed in the first of two columns on the topic.
Doc, your weight bias is showing
Physician attitudes can lead to avoidance, delays of care
Textbook reflects evolution of hospitalists
More robust coverage of consultation medicine, rehabilitation medicine, oncology, palliative care, and transitions of care is included
The internet of things to come
Technology isn't always as helpful as it seems.
Letter from the Editor
This month's issue includes articles on recruitment, locum tenens, cellulitis, and more.
Diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia in a 46-year-old woman.
One diabetes drug gets new indication, another gets new warning labeling
Details on the latest recalls, warnings, and approvals.
MKSAP quiz on dermatology
Cases involving a new skin nodule; red, swollen legs; a history of MRSA infections; and others are presented
Ambulatory ECG monitoring after stroke, benefit of ventilator bundle components, alteplase and long-term survival after ischemic stroke, and more
In the News
C. difficile transmission, telestroke quality measures, and more