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Article: ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Early-Career Hospitalists Spark Growth in On-Site Night Coverage

More than two-thirds of HM programs provide on-site coverage at night; millennials' belief in work-life balance fuels "clearly defined" schedules

Article: Analyze This

New compensation and productivity data are best yet; experts caution direct correlations to previous reports

Cover Story: ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Audio interview with Troy Ahlstrom, MD, FHM, CFO of Hospitalists of Northern Michigan

Hospitalist leader offers tips on how to incorporate benchmarking data into your practice

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Article: ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Audio interview with MGMA systems analyst David Litzau

Discussion with the expert analysts behind the State of Hospital Medicine: 2010 Report Based on 2009 Data

Pediatric Hospital Medicine: Innovators Descend on Annual Pediatric HM Conference

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Public Policy: Playground Politics

Congress continues to meddle with Medicare’s reimbursement formula

Letters: Hospitalist/Intensivist Model Lowers Costs, Maintains Quality of Care

Society Pages: SHM+MGMA = Better Survey

Partnership brings unprecedented clarity to 2010 HM report

In the Literature: In the Literature

The latest research you need to know

The Hospital Pharmacy: Market Watch

Key Clinical Question: What Are the Chances a Hospitalized Patient Will Survive In-Hospital Arrest?

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President’s Column: Productivity Capacity

The beginning of what’s next in HM

President’s Column: The Devil & the Details

Lessons from the new compensation and productivity data, in four acts

Practice Management: Surge Protection

The pros and cons of handling spikes in patient volume

Ask Dr. Hospitalist: Hospital-Acquired Condition (HAC) Guidelines Produce $20M in Medicare Savings

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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