This poster demonstrates the fierce battle raging between our hospitalists and COVID-19.
Hospital medicine outcomes are often hampered by suboptimal continuity of care.
The first year remains the most vulnerable period for a new hospitalist.
The proportion of care encounters studied that were preventable remains poorly understood.
If social factors contribute to rehospitalizations, how can hospitalists and their health systems minimize their impact?
Hospitalists should consider new tools for quality improvement.
Quality improvement requires a substantial investment of collective effort and time.
From the Society
Students can participate in projects related to quality improvement, patient safety, clinical research, or hospital operations.
The evidence of an association between readmissions and mortality has been complicated and conflicting.
Engagement is challenging and requires a focused effort.