Weijen Chang, MD
When Should You Suspect Kawasaki Disease as the Cause of Fever in an Infant?
July 1, 2014
Clinicians should be suspicious of KD in young infants with unexplained fevers lasting more than seven days
Hands-On Training Helps Prepare Hospitalists for Procedures
May 17, 2013
Proficiency is a must, but so too is data collection and “serving” stakeholders
Is Hospitalist Proficiency in Bedside Procedures in Decline?
May 25, 2012
As hospitalists are tasked with an ever-increasing array of responsibilities, performing bedside procedures is becoming more difficult for some
HM12 SESSION ANALYSIS: Innovative Scheduling as Quality Improvement
April 3, 2012
Speakers advise HM12 attendees how to improve continuity, efficiency, and quality in scheduling and rounding.