Some respondents unclear when extended VTE prevention is appropriate after discharge
Innovations in Healthcare
Carolyn Clancy, MD, urges hospitalists to "embrace the challenge"
Dr. Huang, associate professor of medicine at the University of Chicago, suggests medical schools aren't selecting students that best meet society...
Workforce Shortages, Increased Patient Populations, and Funding Woes Pressure U.S. Primary-Care System
The primary-care workforce has been on a downward slide that is sounding alarm bells throughout the country.
Hospitalists can help by fixing broken systems, creating safe-to-report work environments.
VTE, including lower- and upperextremity DVT and pulmonary embolism, is one of the most common and preventable hospital diseases.
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The education-focused “boot camp” immerses clinicians an intensive internal-medicine review of commonly encountered diagnoses and diseases in...
CMS is marching toward a value-based payment modifier program that will adjust physician reimbursement based on the relative quality and...
With the growth of HM programs and the admission/attending role expansion, involvement in surgical cases comes under scrutiny for medical...