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Decision-making preferences of hospitalized patients linked to care satisfaction, trust

In a survey study of hospitalized patients, most of them African American, those who disagreed with leaving medical decisions to their physicians were more likely to be dissatisfied with their care and lack confidence and trust in their physicians compared with those who agreed.
7 Oct 2020

February 2009

ACP Hospitalist provides hospital-based physicians with news and information about the practice of hospital medicine.

Improving patient satisfaction is not rocket science

Ten easy ways to generate “thank yous”.
15 May 2015

Mobile apps enter the hospital

An expert discusses which apps hospitalists should know about and how they can begin to prescribe them.
15 Dec 2015

In the News

Guidelines for STEMI, ADA recommendations for blood pressure in diabetics, and more.
15 Mar 2013

Half of VHA hospitals employ advanced practice providers, engage NPs and PAs similarly

About half of Veterans Health Administration (VHA) hospitals employ advanced practice providers (APPs), with nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants (PAs) often doing similar tasks, a new study found.
24 Sep 2014

Top Docs

Our fifth annual Top Hospitalists issue recognizes 10 dedicated physicians.
15 Nov 2012

Breaking language barriers with a phone call

An intervention used telephone access to expand translation services.
15 May 2017

Model simulates effects of proposed changes to hospital staffing and wards

Researchers simulated four scenarios: geographically localizing housestaff and patients, adding a nursing unit, adding a hospitalist team, and adding both a nursing unit and a hospitalist team.
5 Dec 2018

Non-opioid pain management regimen may reduce costs, length of stay, overall opioid use

Gastrointestinal surgical patients treated with a non-opioid pain management regimen had less overall opioid use and shorter length of stay and incurred fewer hospital costs than those treated with an opioid-based regimen, a new analysis found.
2 Jul 2014

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