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SHM leadership has always believed that hospital medicine is a “work in progress,” says Dr. Larry Wellikson.
WASHINGTON – U.S. patients hospitalized with community-acquired sepsis had higher mortality when they had no other comorbidities.
Fecal microbiota transplantation for C. difficile infection is associated with fewer bloodstream infections and lower mortality than...
Hospitalists are responsible for ensuring that their hospitals excel in the care of patients, experts say.
Can an EHR prompt reduce the utilization of telemetry monitoring on an inpatient medical service?
Google’s AI beats human scientists.
Deciding how or whether to respond was often dictated by the level of support from colleagues, a professional responsibility to peers.
Carbon neutrality is achievable in the health care sector, but time is of the essence.
There have been marked increases in the number of NPs and PAs performing “nontraditional” services.
Hospitalists are pivotal to the clinical research that drives innovation.