15. Internists considering or actively planning a switch to hospital medicine can subscribe for free upon request to ACP Hospitalist, the College's monthly magazine reporting on trends in hospital medicine. ... ACP Hospitalist is distributed free of
Internists considering or actively planning a switch to hospital medicine can subscribe for free upon request to ACP Hospitalist, the College's monthly magazine reporting on trends in hospital medicine. ... ACP Hospitalist is distributed free of charge
Michael B. Edmond, MD, FACP, is a hospital epidemiologist in Iowa City, IA, with a focus on improving the quality and safety of health care, and sees patients in the inpatient ... This post originally appeared at the blog Controversies in Hospital
This controversy played out again in a recent issue of the Annals of Internal Medicine. ... He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Diseases and was in the private practice of cardiology before joining the full-time faculty of
experiencing. . Kimberly Manning, MD, FACP, FAAP is an associate professor of medicine at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia where she teaches medical students and residents at Grady Hospital. ... Manning’s blog about teaching,
Current activities in patient care and teaching: Adult hospital medicine, 85%; teaching 15%. ... Service in organizations other than ACP: Association of Chiefs and Leaders in General Internal Medicine Executive Council, 2009-2010; American Board of
No doubt most people in America still expect to see a doctor when they come to the hospital. ... Hopefully not. But increasingly it appears that those without a hands-on, invasive skills in medicine (like surgery) are being marginalized in the health
Our story has more details. Our conference coverage this month is from Hospital Medicine 2014, which took place in Las Vegas in March. ... Next month's issue of ACP Internist will feature a wrapup of our coverage from Internal Medicine 2014, held in
The first is on readmissions. Maryland has not performed well in the area of hospital readmissions. ... Part of the secret sauce is [setting] spending limits by implementing hospital-specific global budgets.
Dr. Dunn received his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine. ... He completed his residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, where he is now the professor of medicine and chief of the division of hospital medicine.