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1.22.14

Cover Story: Decline in Healthcare Employment Unlikely to Hit Hospitalists

With inpatient care demand high, hospitalists just need to continue to show value

Cover Story: Oral Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs) as Effective as IV PPIs in Peptic Ulcer Bleeding

Study shows oral PPIs may reduce hospital length of stay without increased risk of re-bleeding, but suggests more research is needed

1.8.14

Cover Story: Resident Handoff Program Reduces Medical Errors at Pediatric Hospital

Bundled approach can make process more streamlined, efficient

Cover Story: Side Effects of Synthetic Marijuana Blamed for Thousands of ED Visits

Report encourages hospitalists to recognize severe reactions in patients caused by ingesting chemicals in fake pot

12.18.13

Cover Story: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Allowing Specialty Society Registries To Submit Quality Data to PQRS

SHM committees continue working on viable options for hospitalists

Cover Story: Infection Prevention Campaign Solicits Patient Participation

Initiative encourages hospital patients to drill hospitalists, healthcare providers on hand hygiene habits

12.4.13

Cover Story: Simple Tool Improves Communication Between Patients, Hospitalists

Bedside notepad helps hospitalized patients and families ask physicians questions, voice concerns

Cover Story: Intravenous Haloperidol Does Not Prevent ICU Delirium

Research suggests physicians avoid using scheduled antipsychotics to reduce ICU delirium in critically ill inpatients

11.20.13

Cover Story: VTE Risk Spikes for Pregnant Patients Admitted to Hospitals Pre-Delivery

Study recommends hospitalists recognize threat, treat patients at highest risk with prophylaxis

Cover Story: Readmission Penalties for COPD Diagnoses Slated for 2014

Hospitalists urged to consider ways to reduce COPD-related readmissions

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