Sarah Ludwig Rausch
Residency programs readjust during COVID
December 3, 2021
The pandemic has put a spotlight on the importance of being flexible.
HM administrators plan for 2021 and beyond
August 13, 2021
“If there was ever doubt that the hospitalists are the beating heart of the hospital, this doubt is now gone,” said Elda Dede, FHM.
Visa worries intensify pandemic stress for immigrant hospitalist moms
June 1, 2021
Immigrant hospitalists go through years of expensive training with extensive background checks, yet they’re classified as second preference (EB-2) workers.
Making a difference
April 14, 2021
For hospitalists who are interested in advocacy, there are many ways to get involved.
Pulmonary and critical care session highlights new advances and research
March 1, 2021
Session to provide a broad look at advances both in the ICU and in general pulmonary medicine.
Back in session
February 16, 2021
Setting boundaries between work and home was a challenge for hospitalists prepandemic, and that has not changed.
Racism in medicine: Implicit and explicit
January 4, 2021
Health care systems need to move toward equity rather than focusing on equality.
The pandemic experience through the eyes of APPs
November 20, 2020
The need for advanced practice providers has led to an evolving integration between physicians and APPs.
Hospitalist well-being during the pandemic
June 17, 2020
Burnout is a potential reality for clinicians in times of high stress.