Awardees have a long history of excellence and peer approval in the specialty of Internal Medicine. ... Joanne C. Brice, ACP Member, Newark, Del., Excellence in Hospital Medicine Award.
A 10-bed hospital? Thank you notes for each discharged patient? Sign me up to go there next time I need hospital services. ... Free enterprise. Why shouldn't I make more money if my hospital runs well?".
Looking back at the history of health care reform to gain insight on the future of primary care medicine. ... explosive growth of hospital medicine, and an increasingly evidence-based approach to managing disease, to name only a few of the topics we've
In the past month, I and other College leaders met with leadership from the American Medical Association (AMA), American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM), Society of Hospital Medicine and National Medical ... Our partners include other internal medicine
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
Will you trade me a CLABSI for a pneumothorax? There was an interesting new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine by Jean-Jacques Parienti and colleagues and funded ... This post originally appeared at the blog Controversies in Hospital
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
Bob and da boss. He is an academic general internist at the University of Alabama School of Medicine, and is the Associate Dean for the Huntsville Regional Medical Campus of UASOM. ... He also serves as a frequent ward attending at the Birmingham VA
Another study in a South Carolina internal medicine office found that patients "overwhelmingly" preferred physicians in white coats. ... She shares her ideas on education, ethics in medicine, health care news and culture.
We no longer have to go to the hospital to admit patients, since that is now done by dedicated hospitalists, but may answer calls about patients in our practice that show ... Daniel Ginsberg, MD, FACP, is an internal medicine physician who has avidly