Dawn Brezina, MD
Should CMS Allow Access to Patient-Protected Medicare Data for Public Reporting?
November 2, 2011
Observational, database studies provide a powerful QI supplement vs. Unanswered questions, risks make CMS plan a bad idea
Should hospitalists accept gifts from pharmaceutical, medical device, and biotech companies?
October 1, 2010
PRO: Listen, learn, then make your own informed decision
Should Patients Be Informed of Better Care Elsewhere?
May 2, 2009
Editors’ note: Hospitalists face difficult decisions every day, including situations that don’t always have clear-cut answers. Beginning with this month’s “HM Debate,” The Hospitalist stares down the tough questions and presents all sides of the issues.
Town & Gown
May 1, 2007
A medical paradigm that endures today, albeit with promising new collaborations
A Pregnant Pause
January 1, 2007
The necessary evolution of residency training
Civil War Surgery
September 2, 2006
Dr. McGuire Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson and a small group of men rode at dusk along the still-steaming battlefield perimeter on May 2, 1863. During daylight the Confederates had won a stunning victory at Chancellorsville, Va.