New fellowship, no problem
September 24, 2021
One of the challenges new PHM fellows may encounter lies within the structure of the care team.
Embedding diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in hospital medicine
September 21, 2021
Hospitalists have significant work ahead to ensure that we develop and maintain a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workforce.
My experience of a COVID-19 vaccine breakthrough infection
September 13, 2021
Though vaccinated fully, this hospitalist experienced a breakthrough COVID-19 infection, and urges others to be cautious.
Addressing vaccine hesitancy with patients
September 7, 2021
Why are some patients hesitant about receiving a lifesaving vaccine?
An ethics challenge in hospital medicine
August 19, 2021
It is important not to force a premature resolution of the situation through unilateral or coercive decisions.
Open notes in health care: The good, the bad, and the ugly of the Cures Act
August 17, 2021
While many physicians and other providers have anticipated open notes with dread, most outcomes so far have been positive.
Microlearning during the pandemic
August 9, 2021
Microlearning occurs when clinicians turn to their smartphones or tablets in order to discover something, answer a question, or complete a task.
Hospitalists and medical malpractice
August 4, 2021
Contrary to the trends for nearly all other physician specialties, the malpractice claims rates of hospitalists are not downtrending.
Never prouder to be a hospitalist
August 3, 2021
Hospital medicine was the ideal specialty to manage the inpatient challenges over the last 18 months.
COVID-19: Delta variant is raising the stakes
August 3, 2021
Doctors have a special responsibility to make the case for vaccination – especially now, said Dr. Robert T. London.