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Article: New Tools of the Trade

Practice management series teaches hospitalists the business of HM

Article: First Class

Fellow in Hospital Medicine designation honors 514 industry “trailblazers”

Article: Take a Bow

Annual Awards of Excellence honor the nation’s top hospitalists and achievements

Article: Is Anybody Out There?

Constant struggle to hire forces HM groups to adjust recruiting tactics

Article: Quality Commitment

As America clamors for better healthcare, HM renews its pledge to patient safety

Article: Beware the Doughnut Hole

Hospitalists can help patients avoid Medicare Part D’s expenditure gap

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Article: The Place for Debate

Special-interest forums address comanagement, technology, community issues

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Team Hospitalist Q&A: Communication King

Kenneth Patrick, MD, still believes in “speaking English” to patients

Residents’ Corner: Transition Time

What you need to know to go from resident to attending

Public Policy: Congressional Adviser

MedPAC impacts your paycheck and the future of healthcare reform

The Hospital Pharmacy: Head Off Hypoglycemia

History, communication, and deduction can solve drug-induced dilemmas

Society Pages: Focused on the Practice

New SHM survey dispels HM turnover myth, highlights QI activity

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Ask Dr. Hospitalist: Dr. Hospitalist

Resident Restrictions Might Be HM Game-Changer

Article: Bigger Isn’t Always Better

Efficiency, economics might not translate from small to big HM groups

From the Editor’s Desk: All Atwitter at HM09

New technology can’t erase the almighty power of the pen

President’s Column: Collaborative Effort

SHM’s new president is ready to tackle the toughest industry issues

Article: Family Comes First

Pediatric HM should embrace development of “collaborative” care

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October 2014


The Hospitalist newsmagazine reports on issues and trends in hospital medicine. The Hospitalist reaches more than 25,000 hospitalists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, residents, and medical administrators interested in the practice and business of hospital medicine.

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