Have you Googled yourself lately?
Publish date: January 6, 2017
With a majority of patients relying on physician ratings, hospitalists might consider countermeasures.READ MORE >
What to Know about CMS’s New Emergency Preparedness Requirements
Publish date: October 20, 2016
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services recently released new emergency preparedness requirements to ensure that providers and suppliers are duly prepared to adequately serve their community during disasters or emergenciesREAD MORE >
What Hospitalists Can Learn from Basketball Coach Pat Summitt
Publish date: August 20, 2016
Think about how you will be remembered in your career as a hospitalist. Will you be remembered as someone clocking in and clocking out, just getting by for a paycheck?READ MORE >
Should Physicians Care about Costs?
Publish date: July 27, 2016
Surveys show most don’t, but hospitalists can have a huge impact on utilization, spendingREAD MORE >
Recognizing Contributions Physician Personalities Make to the Greater Good
Publish date: June 18, 2016
My family and I recently took a spring break trip out west to see a few national parks. During the trip, we stayed on a family ranch in Utah.READ MORE >
U.S. Surgeon General Encourages Hospitalists to Remain Hopeful, Motivated
Publish date: April 20, 2016
Hopefully, many of you were able to attend the Society of Hospital Medicine’s annual meeting this year in San Diego.READ MORE >
QUIZ: Which Strategy Should Hospitalists Employ to Reduce the Risk of Opioid Misuse?
Publish date: April 4, 2016
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Care Teams Work Best When Members Have a Voice
Publish date: March 30, 2016
I stumbled upon an absolutely brilliant TED talk about how we need to forget about the “pecking order” within workplaces and how we need to focus on team social connectedness as a strategy to enhance teamwork and productivity.1 I found the analogy in the presenter’s talk so incredibly poignant for tREAD MORE >
Does Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness Apply to Hospital Medicine?
Publish date: February 19, 2016
Every American knows this well-known phrase from the Declaration of Independence, which describes the three “unalienable rights” ordained on humans by their Creator and which governments are bound to dutifully protect.READ MORE >
Move to Allow Patients to Request ‘Refund’ Appealing and Risky
Publish date: December 30, 2015
We’ve all seen hundreds of commercials from companies advertising products and services with a money-back guarantee. The Men’s Warehouse, for example, has been promising men across the globe for over a decade, “You’re going to like the way you look.READ MORE >