In order to tackle structural racism in health care, organizations must take a multifaceted approach.
Responding to financial stressors is not a novel challenge for community pediatric hospital medicine programs.
COVID-19–related ARDS and VTE data reinforce how difficult it is to obtain high-quality data that yield clear results.
The need for a systematic telehealth deployment is far from being adequately fulfilled.
We collectively hold the responsibility of maintaining inclusivity and support of our PHM colleagues with and without board certification.
Partnerships among hospital medicine and palliative care teams thrive on mutually shared core values of patient centered care.
Stories of ancient totems can give us strength as they remind us of the healing work that was done for centuries.
Opt-out programs offer a counterbalance to many negative tendencies in residency, said Dr. Lisa Meeks.
The extent to which telemedicine is able to positively impact patient care will revolve around overcoming barriers.
A year of planning for SHM Converge has produced a lineup of world-class speakers.