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Cover Story: Teamwork Key to Effective Interdisciplinary Rounds

Consistency in teamwork, regular monitoring needed to maintain high-quality IDR, study finds

Cover Story: ITL: Physician Reviews of HM-Relevant Research

Aspirin increases bleed risk without reducing risk of stroke in CKD and NVAF patients


Cover Story: Tailored Health IT Improves VTE Rates

Study shows value of electronic decision support tools, could spark physician buy-in

Cover Story: TeamSTEPPS Initiative Teaches Teamwork to Healthcare Providers

Hospitalists have an important role in improving team function


Cover Story: Pediatric Hospitalist Certification Options Still Up for Debate

Majority favor further training and education for pediatric hospitalists

Cover Story: ITL: Physician Reviews of HM-Relevant Research

Bleeding risk prediction scores in patients with atrial fibrillation undergoing anticoagulation


Cover Story: Hospitalists Should Consider Fall Risks with Sleep Agent

Study shows increased risk of inpatient falls with zolpidem

Cover Story: Performance Disconnect: Measures Don’t Improve Hospitals’ Readmissions Experience

Two new studies find little improvement between quality measures, 30-day readmissions


Cover Story: Hospitalist Approach Good Model for Managing Patients

Coordinating services between hospital subspecialists could improve patient care

Cover Story: Hospital Food Not Immune to Toxigenic Bacteria

Clostridium difficile contamination identified in significant number of in-hospital patient meals, study finds

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