Archives September 2021 Clinical Medicine Team up to treat opioid addiction Hospitalists can improve care even without the expertise of an addiction medicine consult service. Disaster Management Frozen hospitals powered through When Uri hit Texas, hospitalists had to overcome novel challenges. Technology Virtual rounding beyond the pandemic Hospitals have moved to hybrids of remote and in-person rounds. Success Story The inpatient vs. observation dilemma A bundle of interventions decreased use of observation status. Newman's Notions Archaic Take this quiz and see how well you understand terms that predate the precursor to ICD. Q&A Learning to accept uncertainty in medicine Physicians with low tolerance of uncertainty were more likely to burn out, a study found. Technology Consulting POCUS to increase efficiency This tool holds potential to speed care for patients requiring subspecialists' attention. Letter from the Editor Opioids and extreme weather, but also good news This issue describes how hospitalists teamed up to treat opioid use disorder and the Texas freeze, as well advancements in virtual rounds and point-of-care ultrasound. Brief Case Autoimmune hepatitis with rash and diarrhea A patient with hypertension presented with one month of increasing abdominal girth. Coding Corner Critical illness myopathy/polyneuropathy The manifestations of CIM and CIP overlap, and it can be difficult to distinguish between the two conditions. FDA Update New therapies for burns, stroke rehab Recalls, notifications, and approvals. Brief Case Tuberculosis presenting with gastrointestinal symptoms The patient's chief symptom was watery diarrhea for the past 10 days.