Does catheter ablation of atrial fibrillation (AFib) improve quality of life (QOL) compared to medication therapy?
Strict criteria to limit Foley catheters in older trauma patients reduced infection rates and speed discharge.
How common is treatment of asymptomatic hypertension in the hospital with IV medications and what is the impact of a quality improvement...
What are patients’ perspectives of factors associated with the onset and continuation of high hospital use?
Can a quality improvement project decrease low-value, preoperative testing for cataract patients?
What are the rates of major and minor complications associated with placement of midline catheters?
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.