More than two-thirds of HM programs provide on-site coverage at night; millennials' belief in work-life balance fuels "clearly defined" schedules
New compensation and productivity data are best yet; experts caution direct correlations to previous reports
Hospitalist leader offers tips on how to incorporate benchmarking data into your practice
Discussion with the expert analysts behind the State of Hospital Medicine: 2010 Report Based on 2009 Data
Congress continues to meddle with Medicare’s reimbursement formula
Partnership brings unprecedented clarity to 2010 HM report
The latest research you need to know
The beginning of what’s next in HM
Lessons from the new compensation and productivity data, in four acts
The pros and cons of handling spikes in patient volume
Falls and trauma account for 34% of all HACs reported from October 2008 to June 2009, followed by vascular catheter-associated infection (16%) and catheter-associated UTIs (16%).
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