From the Society
SHM intends to make sure that hospitalists receive the tools to navigate these unprecedented times.
Risks to warn patients of include high-risk status, risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission and how to mitigate it, and mode of transportation.
Hospitalist leaders must make sure they have a seat at the table where executive decisions are made.
The current pandemic has provided innumerable situations that can increase the risk for moral injury, said Dr. Peter Yellowlees.
According to recent data, only 5.5% of hospital medicine group leaders were Black/African American.
The combination of both individual and organizational commitment to change systemic bias in medicine can be quite powerful.
Hospitalists are in a perfect position to have an educated and influential say in future health care issues.
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Hospitalists have been incredibly resilient and innovative since the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in the United States.
By voting, we as physicians are helping to address the social determinants of health in our communities.