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Cover Story: Frustration Grows with SGR Fix, ICD-10 Transition

Congressional vote delays inevitable healthcare changes, leaves physicians in lurch

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Quality improvement, healthcare system effectiveness are top priorities for new SHM board member


Cover Story: Physicians Name Top Internal Medicine Residency Programs

Mass General’s clinical training program is favorite among subspecialists

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Studies link thrombin, factor Xa inhibitors to higher incidence of gastrointestinal bleeding compared with vitamin K antagonists, heparin therapy

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Cover Story: New SHM President Outlines “Next Evolution” of Hospitalist Practice

Patient health, experience, affordability should be viewed together, says Burke Kealey, MD, SFHM

Cover Story: Grassroots Hospitalists Anxious for Bob Wachter’s Keynote

Hospital medicine pioneer’s address caps annual meeting in Las Vegas

HM14 Extra: Day Three

Cover Story: Three Join Ranks of Masters in Hospital Medicine

Veteran hospitalists Patrick Conway, Steven Pantilat, Jack Percelay designated with SHM’s highest rank

Cover Story: Hospitalists Central To U.S. Health System Transformation

Clinicians must innovate, integrate across continuums of care, health policy expert tells thousands gathered for SHM’s annual meeting

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