Current processes in medical education are harming today’s adult learner.
Deciding how or whether to respond was often dictated by the level of support from colleagues, a professional responsibility to peers.
A National Academy of Medicine report provides a roadmap for both broad and targeted efforts to address clinician burnout.
There have been marked increases in the number of NPs and PAs performing “nontraditional” services.
Many pediatric hospitalists have raised concerns about the practice pathway eligibility criteria for the first PHM board certification exam.
The IPPS final rule excluded the proposed broad changes to the MS-DRG system that were in the proposed rule.
Does this common model drive high-value care?
Issuing timely warnings regarding medical products promotes patient safety, and the law appears to place the major onus on the manufacturer.
Almost three-quarters of hospitals have a program, but “geography is destiny” for patients.
Observation care is increasing, and can frustrate patients and hospitalists.