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  • Reflections Forward

    March 1, 2023

    Rising costs of care. Decreasing access to care. Inequities in access to quality care. Inequities in care. Systemic bias and racism. Polarizing politics. Decreasing resources. Aging systems. Aging...

  • How Hospitals are Tackling Violence

    March 1, 2023

    Even before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, health care workers suffered more workplace injuries as a result of violence than any other profession, with approximately 654,000 harmed annually,...

  • Connecting at Converge Via SIGs and Chapters

    March 1, 2023

    One of the many benefits of SHM membership is connecting and learning from fellow members. One of the best ways to do that is to join a Special Interest Group (SIG) or Chapter. SHM’s SIGs are...

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  • The Hospitalist’s Editorial Board Members’ Must-attend SHM Converge 2023 Sessions

    February 1, 2023

    SHM Converge 2023 offers world-class education for hospitalists, led by award-winning faculty. Engage with your global hospitalist community March 26-29, 2023, in Austin, Texas. With more than 150...

  • Things to Do in Austin

    February 1, 2023

    Austin, Texas is not only the Live Music Capital of the World but also home to SHM Converge 2023, March 26-29 at the Austin Convention Center. Plan your conference experience and take advantage of...

  • Movers and Shakers

    March 13, 2023

    Dr. Vashist Amit Vashist, MD, MBA, CPE, FACP, FAPA, FACHE, SFHM, senior vice president and chief clinical officer, Ballad Health, Tennessee/Virginia was recognized by Becker’s Healthcare as one...

  • The Rewards of Getting Involved

    March 24, 2023

    The Hospitalist‘s editorial advisory board is a volunteer group of SHM members who share their time, experience, insight, and ideas to ensure we're publishing relevant, interesting, and educational...

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  • Countdown to Converge 2023!

    It's not too late to register for SHM Converge 2023, March 26-29 in Austin, Texas.

  • JHM Editor's Pick

    Enough is enough: Our responsibility to prevent gun violence
    By Samir S. Shah, MD, MSCE

    Though first published in October 2022, sadly and unfortunately, this article remains relevant in the U.S.

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